April 11, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 13
Nike SB is making the most of its use of the Clear Jade color this season, their latest also managing to evoke two of Swoosh skateboarding’s best loved design motifs all while showcasing the new shade. This new Nike SB Dunk Low Pro has been dubbed ‘Tiffany J-Pack’ for its equally solid representation of the SB-borrowed OG Air Jordan 1 palettes as well as their own 2005 collaboration with Diamond Supply Co. If you go looking hard enough, there’s a bit of the ‘Sea Crystal’ Dunk High SB in there as well, which reminds us that these three classic SB signature styles are among the most popular for modern reinterpretation. Let us know how these rank against all those aqua-accented SBs when you head over to see more images of this summer 2012 release and stick with Sneaker News for word on the US release. Photos: Kasina
Nike SB Dunk Low Pro
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the shape of the new dunks have always been weird to me. the toe box area has a lower profile...which is ugly imo. however im pretty sure its better for skating. colorway is nice therefore ill make an exception and cop them.
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