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The Nike Dunk is a basketball sneaker that has been retrod countless time since its initial release. Click in for the most up to date Nike Dunk information, release dates, and colorways.

Nike SB Dunk Low “Skunk” by Dank Customs

April 21st, 2014 by | 25 comments

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Did Nike SB ever do a better job of the 4/20 sneaker release than on the Nike SB Dunk “Skunk” High? That special release had them looking extra fuzzy and was pretty brazen with its tribute thanks to the skunk graphic that showed up for the insole. Riffing off that release is this Nike SB Dunk Low creation from Dank Customs, which goes the recent Nike SB route of switching up the height on a classic pair. Get a look at the results after the break and then tell us in the comments if you’d like to see this sort of pair hit retail.

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Nike SB Dunk Low “Hacky Sack” – Nikestore Release Info

April 21st, 2014 by | No comments

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The other delicious slice sandwiching Sunday’s ‘other’ holiday is the finale for Nike Skateboarding’s footbag-inspired pack. The ‘Hacky Sack’ Nike SB Dunk Low Premium uses basically every color except orange in its woven multicolor upper, which is anchored in black by a suede toe and leather Swooshes. These were finished in the absolute perfect way with a white and gum sole that is both eternally aesthetically pleasing and further ties in with skating’s counterculture heritage. Look for these on Saturday at select retailers after you’ve seen more shots below.

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“Independence Day” Nike SB Dunk High

April 20th, 2014 by | 16 comments

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Any starry set of Nike SBs definitely have their work cut out for them given the legendary pedigree of the Nike SB Dunk High trio by Supreme. Placing that motif on a whole different panel is the upcoming Nike SB Dunk High “Independence Day” pair shown here, which will fill the role of Nike SB’s annual 4th of July celebrating shoe. Continue reading for a couple more angles on them and let us know in the comments if you see yourself picking up a pair.

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Nike SB Dunk Low “Hacky Sack” – Release Date

April 17th, 2014 by | 14 comments

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The upcoming “Hacky Sack Pack” from Nike SB will not be all signature models. Also joining the group is the Nike SB Dunk Low “Hacky Sack” which actually won’t be releasing until a week later according to Nike’s calendar. The sneakers aren’t quite as dedicated to the multicolor look as the others though, as there are some black panels attached to the upper. Continue reading to see the latest photo set on them and watch for the Nike SB Dunk Low “Hacky Sack” to release on 4/26.

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Sneaker News NINE@NINE: Easter Edition

April 15th, 2014 by | 7 comments

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Earlier this year, Sneaker News examined the history of Nike Chinese New Year sneakers, noting that the first ‘Year of the . . . ‘ drop came with the first Horse Air Force 1s in 2002. This was the start of a movement we’ve seen thoroughly fleshed out in recent years, whereby annual holidays serve as inspiration for limited edition sneakers. It took a little while to get the ball rolling on these annual traditions, and about three years after the first YOTH drops, Nike turned to another holiday that’s rich in colorful inspiration.

Nike released its first Easter-inspired colorway in 2005, and in the years since, we’ve seen both an increase in activity from both the Swoosh and their rivals. And with another set of Nike Basketball signatures dropping on Good Friday, the time is right to go back and look over some of the highlights of the past decade. So join us, as we hunt down some of history’s best Easter kicks in tonight’s edition of Sneaker News NINE@NINE:

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Wear and Tear: Nike SBs That Change Over Time

April 15th, 2014 by | 16 comments

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Getting the exact colorway you want sometimes involves a bit of work. That’s the basic idea behind custom sneakers, and there are any number of ways to achieve a one-of-one look. Paint and maybe markers are the most obvious choices, and beyond that, you’re looking at material customization as the next level. Jeff McFetridge’s 2003 Nike Vandal broke new ground in that respect by introducing a cutaway upper that could be tailored to reveal a hidden base layer.

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Sneaker Con San Francisco Spring 2014 On-Feet Recap Part 2

April 14th, 2014 by | 54 comments

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What is the Bay Area sneaker scene like? We can’t provide you a definitive picture, but we can give you a glimpse thanks to this latest set of on-feet shots from this weekend’s Sneaker Con festivities in San Francisco. A few things we noticed: the Bay seems to have a bigger appreciation for Nike SBs than most cities in 2014, and they also seem more willing to throw down cash for custom sneakers. See what we mean by flipping through the massive set of on-feet shots waiting after the break and then tell us in the comments what your most and least favorite wears were from this latest Sneaker Con stop.

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