To kick off July, Nike dropped another Dunk Low, this time in the University Red and White colourway, paying homage to St. John’s University! Probably one of my favourite Dunk releases in 2020, these feature a full leather upper in an eye-catching white and red colour blocking. Check out my review to get a closer look and to see how they are on feet!
My latest review covers the Nike SB Dunk Low Pro in the “Laser Orange” colourway. With a white leather upper and golden suede hits, the shoe is completed with purple patent leather to give it an LA Lakers or Alizé-vibe that is perfect for summer. A big thanks to Unheardofbrand for this pair! Check out my review and share your thoughts down below!
My latest Nike SB pickup, nicknamed the “Hennessy” SB Dunk, is a classy looking pair which incorporates leather and suede in a cream or muslin colour. Releasing worldwide in April, these are definitely in high demand especially with the jump in Nike Dunk hype this year. Check out my review to learn more and share your opinions down below!
Dropping for Valentine’s Day, StrangeLove Skateboards teamed up with Nike SB to release a creative, themed take on the SB Dunk Low! With a velvet and suede upper, the colour scheme on this pair is all about everyone’s favourite lovey dovey holiday, Valentine’s Day! Check out my review to learn more!
Originally releasing as a Japan-exclusive in 2001, the Nike Dunk Low “Plum” finally made its return last Friday, nineteen years later. With a soft, suede upper in a combination of purple and red, these are definite beauties and a must for Dunk fans everywhere. Check out my in-depth review to learn more and to see how they look on feet!
My latest video covers another Nike SB release – this time with the SB Dunk Low Pro in the J-Pack styled “Shadow” colourway. Mirroring the look of the beloved “Shadow” Air Jordan 1, these Dunks are constructed with similar colour blocking. Check out my review to learn more and to see how they look on feet!
With 2020 being the 30th anniversary of the iconic Nike Air Max 90, the latest SB Dunk to drop celebrates arguably the most beloved colourway of that model – Infrared. Dressed in mesh, suede and leather and in the same colour blocking as the Infrared Air Max 90, these Dunks are perfect for both SB and Air Max lovers alike. Check out my latest review to learn more and share your comments down below!
As a nod to the original Raygun Dunks that released in 2005, along with paying tribute to the late Sandy Bodecker, Nike SB recently re-released the Raygun SB Dunk Low, this time with a tie-dye patterned twist! Dropping in both a white and black colourway, my most recent video reviews the “Away” or white pair. Check out my detailed review to learn more!