Nike Dunk High – Black – Medium Grey + Varsity Maize – Black | Available

January 27, 2012 BY / 3

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Nike Sportswear has taken a supremely simple approach to its two foundational classic basketball models, with the Air Force 1 relying primarily on black and/or white designs in its 30th anniversary year, and the model pictured above opting for a variety of looks based on its OG releases from 1985. The Nike Dunk High is back in another black and yellow release, this time eschewing the ubiquitous white Dunk midsole in favor of an all-Pittsburg approach to colorblocking. A black and Medium Grey pair follows the same tumbled/smooth leather distribution and color pattern, bringing the total to five for this formula this season with four of those opting for the black base. Click through for more photos so you can see how these compare to the University Blue and Varsity Red editions, and look for all of them now at select NSW accounts like Millennium Sports in LA.

Nike Dunk High
Varsity Maize/White-Black
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Black/Medium grey
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TrulyFresh23
TrulyFresh23

there not SB Dunks though..you can scoop at your local spot

kdd
kdd

where can I find these in seattle area

scaredmagic
scaredmagic

Just a heads up to anyone who needs to buy these online due to lack of nearby skate shops, both of these are also available along with Black/Safety Orange colorway over at finishline.com.

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