Camouflage patterns of all kinds have been a mainstay in the Nike SB footwear range. Dating back to the earliest seasons of the skate division, camo has stayed consistent year after year, draping the SB Dunk Low in 2005’s pink-box release by Reese Forbes and Brian Anderson’s SB Dunk High not long after.
However, this specific type of camouflage called Realtree has once appeared on an SB Dunk Mid in 2010, with black and orange laces matching the outdoor-ready look that has been in use by both hunters and street fashion aficionados alike. It returns once more on the well-circulated Nike SB Blazer Low GT, with tumbled leather Swoosh logos and the American muscle car-themed design on the tongue label.
If you’re all about camo prints, these SB Blazers will be dropping on Nike.com and skateshops soon.