NFL x Nike Dunk High & Low – AFC SOUTH

April 26, 2012 BY

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The first pick in the NFL Draft has been somewhat anticlimactic for the past several years since rules changed to allow the number one pick exclusive pre-draft signing rights.  The days of an Eli-fueled free-for-all are all but gone, and instead we know already that Andrew Luck is set to replace Peyton Manning as the Indianapolis Colts’ quarterback.  Luck enters the league the same year Nike gets exclusive licensing rights to NFL products, and along with the new jerseys everyone’s buzzing about, we’ve seen a ton of Nike x NFL sneakers today, arranged into packs by division.  For the Colts and the rest of the AFC South, it’s the Nike Dunk in both High (Indianapolis and Houston Texans) and Low (Jacksonville Jaguars and Tennessee Titans), a split unique to the entire eight-division collection.  The Highs are done in a very clean blocking pattern while the lows go for a bit more contrast; is it possible to put aside your rooting interests to decide which ones are the best looking kicks?  Let us know what you feel with regard to both aspects and stick with Sneaker News for the NFC West and South.

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