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Nike SB’s “Fruity Pack” Includes The Dunk Low “Green Apple”

Nike SB’s “Fruity Pack” Includes The Dunk Low “Green Apple”

Preceded by a “Blue Raspberry” offering, the Nike SB Dunk Low “Green Apple” is the latest style to surface from an upcoming “Fruity Pack” from the skate-obsessed arm of the Swoosh conglomerate.

Akin to its predecessor, the latest pair indulges in varying shades of its muse’s titular color. Tumbled leather seen at the toe box, mid-foot panels and heel boast the lightest shade of green on the shoe, while overlays around these aforementioned areas opt for both a darker tone and suede material. Profile swooshes on the Nike Dunk-variant follow suit, though laces introduces a near-fluorescent iteration of the green apple’s look. At a glance, the padded collar-donning, Zoom Air unit-featuring proposition may simply appear like a mostly-green sneaker for no particular reason, but cartoon graphics on the tongue label’s underside reveal the SB Dunk Low‘s inspiration, which is the case on the rest of the brand’s “Fruity Pack.”

No Nike SNKRS release date has been disclosed by the brand, but that’s likely to change as summer inches closer. In the meantime, enjoy an early look at the pair ahead, courtesy of Instagram user @iamricosuav.

For more from Nike SB, check out the “Bart Simpson” Dunks.

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