In 1985 the Nike Dunk was released as a technical basketball sneaker. Specifically designed with multiple panels for added support on the court, this iconic model was an instant hit and adopted by many college basketball teams. Over the years it has transitioned from a court sneaker to a sought-after skateboarding model, and even a sefashion-forward lifestyle footwear choice for women. This is due to Nike constantly making modifications to the sneaker, for example the newly released Nike Dunk Hi "Ease." This completely laceless women's Dunk model is crafted with a leather upper, mesh tongue, and an adjustable Velcro strap. The "Ease" pertains to how easy they are to put on. You can purchase your pair now at Sneakerhead.
Originally released in 2002, the "SB" version of the Nike Dunk has been created in countless inspired designs. Recent releases of the skateboarding-specific model have been inspired by picnics and raw meat, but Nike looked to the streets for help on its latest creation. The Nike SB Dunk Low "Road Pack" commemorates the fun seekers who hit the road looking for adventure. They are crafted with a leather upper, feature a fresh asphalt graphic, contrasting white midsole, and a gum rubber outsole. You can cop this limited release at Sneakerhead now.
Nike looked to everyone's favorite "pick me up" beverage of choice for inspiration on their latest SB Dunk model. The Nike SB Dunk Low "Coffee Lovers" is crafted with a durable textile upper, leather accents, and Zoom Air cushioning. Coffee swirls are featured as a prominent graphic treatment on the upper, which are contrasted by green accents on the Swoosh, lining, and tongue - presumably a nod to the world's most recognized coffee company. This isn't the first time a Nike SB Dunk design has been inspired by a food or beverage, and with their popularity, they probably won't be the last. You can grab your caffeinated Nike creation at Sneakerhead now.
Memorial Day in the United States is the unofficial beginning of bbq season. Throughout summer family and friends will gather for the age old tradition of cooking meat over a flame. This delicious tradition inspired the latest Nike SB Dunk model. The Nike SB Dunk High "Raw Meat" features a leather upper with vivid??"marble" print to mimic the appearance of raw beef. This limited model also has a white Swoosh, Zoom Air cushioning for comfort, and graphic insoles that read "Fresh Quality." They are the obvious footwear choice for your next bbq, and can currently be purchased at Sneakerhead.
Over 25 years later, Nike is taking us back to a memorable World Series match-up with its latest pack. The Nike SB Dunk "1990 World Series Pack" commemorates the exciting upset of the Oakland Athletics by the Cincinnati Reds. The pack includes a Dunk High and a Dunk Low model with team-inspired colorways. The Dunk Low has a Reds colorway with a gold Swoosh to represent their championship win, "NASTY" and "BOYS" stitched on the heels, and American flag details. The Dunk High has an A's colorway, baseball stitching on tongue tag, and also, American Flag details. You can catch both pairs now at Sneakerhead.
The Nike SB Dunk originally released in 2002. With a revamped skateboarding-specific design, innovative features, and limited releases, it introduced a whole generation to sneakers and sneaker culture. After remaining dormant in recent history, we have seen a resurgence in themed SB Dunk releases, like the recently released Nike SB Dunk Low "Gucci." Sporting a colorway that's famously associated with the Italian fashion brand, they also feature reptilian-inspired embossed leather, a contrasting white midsole, and of course, an insole equipped with Zoom Air in the heel. You can grab this limited model now at Sneakerhead.