November 29, 2012 BY John Kim / 0 c
With the buzz around Nike SB Dunks firmly established after the legendary first season, Nike tapped some other in-house sources to dictate some fresh colorways of the upcoming line. This November 2004 release was designed for Chinese rap artist Deng Ke Chow, using the color red for good luck and a regal gold on the Swoosh. The tongue features Chinese characters that translates to ‘Shanghai’, while the debossed texture on the suede represents historic architecture of temples. The Nike SB Dunk Low “Shanghai” was followed up by a Part 2 in 2005. Are you a proud owner of tonight’s pair of Classics Revisited?
Nike SB Dunk Low “Shanghai”