Grateful Dead x Nike SB Dunk Low Pro QS: “Green Bear” & “Yellow Bear” Review

Nike SB’s latest collab is with rock band, The Grateful Dead, with a set of three different furry pairs of SB Dunk Lows. Inspired by the colourful Dancing Bears, my latest review covers the skateshop-exclusive “Green Bear” colourway, as well as the more available “Yellow Bear” pair as well. Check out my review for a closer look and to see how they are on feet! Which of the three is your favourite?

Nike Dunk Low SP “St. John’s” (University Red) Review

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!

Nike SB Dunk Low Pro “Laser Orange” (Alizé) Review

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!

Nike Dunk Low SP “Syracuse” Review

Bringing back some of the original Dunks in low top form, last week we saw the release of the “Syracuse” Dunk Low. With a clean white and orange upper, these are a very clean pair that has just enough pop to stand out. Check out my detailed review to learn more and to see how they look on feet!

Nike Dunk Low SP “Plum” Review

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!

Nike Dunk Low SP “Viotech” Review

Originally releasing in 2002 as a Japan-exclusive, the Viotech Dunk Low recently returned for the third time, true to OG form. With a multicolour suede upper, these are sure head turners, and definitely a classic Dunk to own, from Nike’s history. Check out my latest review to learn more about them, and to see how they are on feet!