February 7th, 2013 by John Kim / 0
In 2011, Nike SB made them skate. In 2013, it’s happening again. An Air Jordan shoe transformed into the Nike SB Dunk might’ve been a funny concept at first, but remember that the Air Jordan 1 was an incredibly popular skate shoe selection in the 80′s and 90′s, paving the way for the Dunk to become one of the most iconic silhouettes in the sport of skating over the last decade. This Summer, Nike will revisit the XI meets SB concept in the Concord colorway, featuring the piano black patent leather upper and white cordura nylon on the upper. Returning are the roped laces and translucent outsole to complete the XI appeal. We’ve got a detailed gallery of this Summer 2013 release so check them out below and stay tuned to Sneaker News for more release information as it develops.
Their ok, my opinion no one would really care if it did not have the word "Concord" included, their are way better other sb models that have been released.
Kinda mad that its more focus on the backround then the actual shoe, a basic white backround and a set of pics would have been nice
OK, you got me with the shot of the outsole on the second page. I don't like these as much as the Space Jam Dunks, but they are clean. No question.
A lot of people might dislike these shoes. But I think the pictures speak for themselves. The execution on these shoes is flawless. Sometimes less is more, and this could be the best SB release of the year.
@OMGits_Larry a quick strike release like most dunks