The Nike SB Dunk Low continues its reign as frontrunner of Nike SB’s mainstream revival as it’s recently appeared in yet another collaborative outfit. This time, courtesy of Berlin-based skate shop Civilist.
The upcoming low-top SB Dunk falls inline with both brands’ previous joint-efforts. A monochromatic color scheme covers everything from the model’s signature puffy tongue to its profile Swooshes. An SB Dunk High and SB Stephen Janoski co-created by the German retailer and Nike SB in 2013 and 2015, respectively, delivered deceptively simple arrangements, but their respective quilted leather, digital-glitch-like patterns and river current graphics proved otherwise. Similarly, Civilist’s newest SB Dunk Low features heavy pebbling throughout forefoot, ankle and heel overlays à la “atmos Elephant” option. Furthermore, co-branded insoles are clad with an all-over heat map graphic and stamped with an altered-version of the skateshop’s usual smiley face.
Full release details are still unknown, but pairs should likely arrive to select Nike SB accounts in the coming months. Until then, grab a closer look at the pair here below and stay put for more updates.
Elsewhere in the world of the modified-for-skateboarding silhouette, the Ben and Jerry Nike SB Dunk is set to arrive this summer.
Civilist x Nike SB Dunk Low
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Where to Buy
- Nikestore USComing Soon