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Nike Dunk High Free – June 2013

May 1st, 2013 by / 16

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The Nike Air Force 1 went through a bit of a revival in 2012, with a year-long onslaught of intense sneaker releases as part of the AF1-XXX Collection and culminating in the debut of the Nike Lunar Force 1. Will the Nike Dunk receive some sort of treatment as well? While 2013 may not mark a particularly important milestone, we do know that the Dunk High silhouette – one of the first sneakers that featured wild and unconventional color-blocking – is going through a bit of a restructuring with the Nike Dunk Free. However, we’d like to point out that this shoe is more that just a plain ‘ol Dunk High with a Free-grooved outsole, but rather an amalgam of some of the most rebellious sneakers in Nike history.

There are a multitude of design aspects to the Nike Dunk Free that should make it one of the more interesting releases of 2013. Starting off, the shoe features a neoprene inner bootie that we first saw with the Nike Air Huarache, and it seems the circular Nike logo on the tongue is also a nod to the classic Huarache label. The molded heel panel is an obvious tribute to the Nike Air Foamposite One, with the deep groves being taken right from the iconic shoe. Finally the Nike Dunk Free utilizes Hyperfuse mesh on the upper, giving the sneaker the breathability it needs to be a high-performer on the court. We have an exclusive look at the Nike Dunk Free in four colorways below – all of which will begin to release in June 2013 at Foot Locker and other retailers, so flip through the gallery and give us your opinion on this “revamped” Nike Dunk.

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16 comments
_DeLi_
_DeLi_

These are much better looking than the original post we saw. Give some BTTYS colors and we gotta deal.

CodyWears13s
CodyWears13s

I love my Free's. These almost look like the Hyperposite, one of my favorite silhouettes. Deff gonna cop the black/electric green pair.

Whosdatswing
Whosdatswing

nice silhouette, more CWs pls, theres way too much neon stuff these days...

J crack
J crack

Yup think I might have to cop a pair when a colorway I like comes out!

Facsimile
Facsimile

even if they were free, as the name suggests, would still pass on these pieces of garbage.

JFresh_136
JFresh_136

These are pretty nice, look forward to more colorways

DesmondKhane
DesmondKhane

Been waiting for an update on these, still hope they put them on NIKEID but if not, I'm coppin the green&black

RyanEstrada
RyanEstrada

it looks comfortable.... they look cool and futuristic... but i still prefer being old school.... i do feel how they use the CW for each one.... STILL prefer the classic

heat_meiser
heat_meiser

Dope lookin shoe...

One thing however, I'm not a big fan of what they're doing with the tongue attachment on these and the KD5s in terms of comfort.

pnaart
pnaart

@heat_meiser I agree that attached tongue on the KD5 is uncomfortable, hope these are as comfy as they look.



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