May 2nd, 2013 by John Kim
NYLON magazine teamed up with Nike Sportswear once again on a much larger scale, hitting Nike iD with some special NYLON options on the Dunk model. After a release earlier this week, we’re getting a look at some completed samples of the NYLON x Nike Dunk High iD; you can see the NYLON labels on the tongue and the graphics on the sole, with the fitting nylon materials being used on the upper in either a tonal fashion (like the released versions in 2009) or some new colorways. Check out the samples below and get yours now at select iD studios like the one in Nike Kichijoji in Japan.
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April 29th, 2013 by John Kim
NYLON Magazine partnered up with Nike back in 2009, creating a quintet of neon-blasted Dunk Highs build in a complete nylon-fitted upper (fitting). Today, NYLON will unveil its second overall partnership with Nike Sportswear, using Nike iD as the vehicle to launch nine different colorways of the Nike Dunk High designed by notable fashion influencers around the world. In addition to NYLON’s editor-in-chief and four of its editors, notable industry cogs in London, Paris, Japan, and Los Angeles have penned distinct Nike iD designs of the Dunk in both High and Low fashion. Better yet, the nine shoes are set to release directly through Nike iD today, with price-tags of $140 and $150 attached to the Low and High, respectively. We’ve got a preview of two of the final colorways below, with Vashtie rocking the purple high-tops, so take a look and keep an eye on Nike iD for a quickstrike release today.
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