October 2, 2012 BY Brendan Dunne / 19
The annual Black History Month collection from Nike INC was already set to be a huge group for 2013, welcoming Jordan Brand back into the fold after a year off and cramming a couple more Nike Sportswear models in the mix. As it turns out Nike SB looks to be joining that honorable group for the first time next year, with this Nike SB Dunk Low designed by Afican-American team rider Theotis Beasley. The colors used aim at the red, black, and green of the Pan-African flag, but no word yet on whether or not the rest of the collection will follow suit. Click through to check out the Nike SB Dunk Low ‘Black History Month’ and stick with Sneaker News for more info.
Photo: Brooklyn Dom
Def cop, considering I am of African American or Black Descent oh & I'm an SB'Head!
Why is it we get One month to comemmorate our culture & the white man get the whole year? Lmao, I love my f*#?ing country..
"Say It Loud, Im black & Im Proud!" :)
@NiMe89 Oh trust me these will sell out. I thought the BHM nike hurache frees wouldnt sell but they did.
Bro, we are on the same page. PISS poor execution on SBs part.
@Da_Real_Big_Infinite shouldn't you be licking windows on your short bus? nobody wants to hear your nonsense
@Big_Infinite wats nonsense is u portraying sum1 dat u are not... so shouldn't u confess to ur actions... but ur not so I'm here on every comment u put on to call u out
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