Nike SB Dunk High "Thomas Campbell"


The Nike SB Dunk is not a stranger to collaborations. Since this skateboarding edition of the classic Dunk debuted in 2002 there has been many, many collab models, and the hits are still coming. For their latest SB collab edition Nike teamed up with multimedia artist Thomas Campbell. Campbell, who was also the Art Director on Nike SB Chronicles Vol. 3., stayed true to his artwork and delivered a model that's hard to ignore. They feature a quilt-inspired design with an array of colors, designs, patterns, zig-zag stitching, gold accents on the tongue, and a gum outsole. You can purchase the Nike SB Dunk High "Thomas Campbell" at Sneakerhead now.

Nike SB Dunk Low "Boca Juniors"


This year marks the 15-year anniversary of the SB Dunk, and Nike is celebrating by re-releasing some of their most beloved models. To those who have been in the game for a while, these colorways represent a trip down memory lane. While newer sneakerheads get to enjoy them for the first time. The latest re-release is the Nike SB Dunk Low "Boca Juniors." Named after the Argentine soccer club, the latest version stays true to the original colorway but differs with the addition of soft suede overlays, an upgraded Zoom Air heel unit, and for added comfort, natural motion on the lining. Check out the pics for details. The Nike SB Dunk Low "Boca Juniors" is available now at Sneakerhead.

Nike SB "Tripper Pack"


Nike took a trip back in time for design inspiration on their latest pack. San Francisco in the1960s was a period defined by hippies, free love, colorful fashion, and music. The iconic concert posters from that era became the main source of inspiration when designing the psychedelic Nike SB "Tripper Pack." Consisting of a Nike SB Dunk High and a Nike SB Janoski Max, both Tripper Pack models are constructed with a colorful textile upper that feature lyrics in a funky allover pattern. You can grab your favorite tripped out Nike SB model now at Sneakerhead.

Nike SB Dunk High "Chicken & Waffles"


Rumored to be a favorite dish among many members of the Nike Skateboarding Team, the comforting blend of this sweet and savory selection serve as inspiration for the latest Nike SB Dunk release. The Nike SB Dunk High "Chicken & Waffles" is constructed with a "waffle" woven upper, dripping syrup Swoosh, and "Chicken & Waffles" artwork on the insoles. They also feature skateboarding-specific technology for performance, including Zoom Air cushioning, full cupsole stitching, and flexible long-lasting rubber outsoles. Check out the pics for all the delicious details, and shop for this limited SB Dunk now at Sneakerhead.

Nike SB Dunk "Yin Yang"


Nike looked to Chinese philosophy for inspiration on its latest pair of SB Dunks. Yin and yang describes how "opposite or contrary forces are actually complementary." The Nike SB Dunk "Yin Yang" model is a pair of mismatched sneakers with complementary sections of black and white. The colorway was obviously modeled after the recognizable Taijitu symbol, which represents yin and yang. This inspired design also features a leather upper, nubuck accents, padded tongue, and Zoom Air cushioning for impact protection. You pick up this mix-matched pair of Nike SB Dunks now at Sneakerhead.

Nike SB x Poler Collection


Once again, Nike has partnered up with fellow Pacific Northwest brand Poler on two geographically-inspired sneakers. First, the Nike SB x Poler Dunk High R/R is an outdoor-friendly model with a design that deviates from the original. They feature a water-resistant finish, metal hardware, and a Nike Free-inspired outsole, which provides flexibility and traction. Plus, they also have Poler's "furry camo" pattern and orange accents. The Nike SB x Poler Zoom All Court CK stays true to the original design with the addition of Zoom Air technology, Poler's logo on the heel, and orange accents. The Nike SB x Poler Collection is available now.

Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski "Metallic Gold"


Stefan Janoski is one of the most popular names in skateboarding. So, it's not a surprise that his signature Nike SB models have become just as sought-after as the man lacing them up. Janoski's latest release, the Nike SB Zoom Stefan Janoski "Metallic Gold," features a striking colorway suited perfectly for those who stray away from the subtle. They are decorated with a shiny Metallic Gold leather upper, feature contrasting black accents, and come equipped with Zoom Air cushioning. You can purchase these and an array of other Stefan Janoski models now at Sneakerhead.

Nike SB Stefan Janoski Max "Mexican Blanket"


Nike SB is doing their best to keep you comfortable and colorful this season with a new Nike SB Stefan Janoski Max release. Coined the "Mexican Blanket" for obvious reasons, this lightweight model has an extremely eye-catching Mexican blanket-inspired design with allover multi-color stripes. The upper is crafted with breathable mesh, plus they also sport black piping, a contrasting white midsole, and visible Air-Sole unit. If you're looking for a pair of kicks with a lot of color, look no further than this Stephan Janoski signature model. You can cop them now at Sneakerhead.

Nike SB Dunk High "Steel Reserve"


Over the years Nike SB Dunk designs have been inspired by many, many sources, including state flags, music groups, animals, and movie characters. The latest Nike SB Dunk looks to a familiar inspiration, and mimics the packaging design of a popular beer. The Nike SB Dunk High "Steel Reserve" features a shiny metallic silver upper, black Swoosh, and striking red accents. Plus, they features a Zoom insole for comfort and impact protection, and an additional pair of red laces. Check out the pics for details, and purchase your pair now at Sneakerhead.