January 31, 2013 BY John Kim / 10
Last October we first have you a glimpse at the Nike SB Dunk Low of the BHM Pack – a certain first release for the celebratory span that falls in February each year. Adopting an inspiring mix of red, black, and green with a yellow Swoosh and heel-tab as well as a special graphic on the insole, these SB Dunks were actually designed by Nike SB Team rider Theotis Beasley, who used the Pan-African flag as a source for inspiration. These are likely to release sometime in February so check out the new detailed gallery below and be sure to stick with Sneaker News for more updates.
These are just some goofy looking Kwanzaa shoes. Not feelin them at all. I hope that Nike SBs products for the near future will be more exciting than what I've seen from the SB Dunks so far this year.
@MC_Count_Chill "goofy looking Kwanzaa shoes"? Please shut your stupid-ass mouth, you're being a tad offensive. The colours of the National Flag have almost nothing to do with Kwanzaa, which is a holiday tradition. The National Flag has to do with Black pride, which the shoes signify perfectly. In the future try to keep your borderline bigoted, and completely uninformed comments in your little head.
@Fosterakahunter yeah, there's no such thing as a national flag for black pride. The bit above says it's a pan-African flag. Africa is a continent, not a country, you imbecile.
@MC_Count_Chill You made reference to Kwanzaa, presumably, because of the colours. The colours are those of the flag. Maybe the problem in comprehension lies in what you yourself typed. MC=must comprehend
@Fosterakahunter still you, boss. I wasn't talkin about a flag at all. Your reading comprehension skills are lacking. You're reading what you want to read. Fall back.