The Nike SB Dunk Low Lends From The Air Max 90 Again With “Laser Blue”
Nike SB has drawn inspiration for its silhouettes from virtually everywhere, including legendary musical acts and kid’s folk stories throughout its 19-year history. Furthermore, the skate-oriented category has lent themes and technologies from somewhere else under the NIKE, Inc. umbrella. Now upcoming is a Nike SB Dunk Low clad in a “Laser Blue” transplanted from an original Nike Air Max 90.
Similar to a pair that unveiled at select retailers in January 2020, the upcoming sneaker indulges in a white, grey and black layout across most of its construction. Ankle overlays and profile swooshes nod to Tinker Hatfield’s perceptible Air-cushioned design, sporting black smooth leather and light grey suede, correspondingly. Accents across the top of the tongue and heel overlay, and the entire Air Jordan 1 Low-like outsole, diverge from the muted color palette in a bold, ’90s-appropriate blue, swapping its forerunner’s “Infrared” look.
This is the first look of the impending Dunk Low-variant and release details are anticipated soon.
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