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The Nike SB Dunk Low Goes Back To Basics With Black/Gum

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While its in-line colorways have been restricted for its Nike Dunk silhouette, The Swoosh has seemingly reserved its SB model exclusively for the realm of collaborative efforts with skate shops from HUF to Concepts and Why So Sad? After cohabitating with board brands from across the Globe, a duo of neutral-toned propositions is set to return for the first time in a little over three years.

Getting our first look at the pair in mid-August, official stills of the Nike SB Dunk Low “Black/Gum” have surfaced showcasing the smooth tumbled leather panels of the upper taking on a faded black hue. A color-matched mesh tongue, laces and inner lining follow suit whereas the opposite of the tonal spectrum touches down across the crisp white Swooshes, clad midsole and “Nike” insignias stitched onto the adjacent tongue and heel tabs. Proffering a vintage aesthetic, the black and white battle ceases underfoot for a gum tread in conclusion.

Enjoy official images of the SB Dunk Low “Black/Gum” below while we sit tight on further release details for the pair expected to retail for $110.

In other collab news from The Swoosh, the Concepts x Nike SB Dunk Low is rumored for a 2023 release.