One way the sneaker community is passing the time during this social distancing quarantine is by revealing measured peeks into sneaker collections. Travis Scott isn’t an exception to this trend, because the Houston-based collaborator – possibly due to boredom – just revealed an early sample of his Nike SB Dunk Low collaboration, the shoe that dominated the headlines throughout the month of February. It appears that the sample is akin the base of the existing version as it doesn’t boast the removable bandana-patterned layer nor the plain mid-foot. The brown outsole is possibly based on La Flame’s personal favorite – the “Trail End” SB Dunk that actually inspired his Air Jordan 1 High design. Do you prefer these over the final version, or are you glad he and Nike expanding upon this design?
Travis Scott Reveals Early Sample Of His Nike SB Dunk Low Collaboration
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