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Nike WMNS Dunk Sky High “Metallic Pink”

December 30, 2012 BY / 0

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With a hidden heel wedge nestled into an iconic silhouette that represents the genesis of this modern wave of sneakerhead culture, the Nike WMNS Dunk Sky High is the only shoe combining such an elevated rear platform with a forefoot pivot point.  They’re meant to be indistinguishable from the classic Dunk High, especially from a distance, and this new revelation has a tie-in with upcoming WMNS Air Max 1s as well thanks to the eye-catching texture on the overlay and metallic threads on the base layer.  A pink lace against tonal browns makes a connection to the ‘Linen’ Air Force 1, furthering the sense of this design as the perfect mix of feminine fashion and iconic sneaker style.  Let us know what you think after you’ve seen more of this wedged sneaker below and stick with Sneaker News for word on US availability.

 

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