Nike SB Dunk Low Pro Premium “Mummy” Review

Today I’m reviewing arguably the best Halloween-themed shoe of 2021, the “Mummy” SB Dunk Low. This pair, which dropped in time for Halloween that just passed, features a distressed canvas upper, two cartoon eyes peeping out the back heel, along with glow-in-the-dark hits on the heel, embroidery, and sole. Check out my review of one of the most creative shoes Nike has put out this year!

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Nike SB Dunk Low Pro Premium “Barcelona” Review

My latest SB Dunk pickup is inspired by the FC Barcelona team colours, done in mismatching fashion! Featuring a full suede upper, the right and left foot adopt a reverse-style look with navy blue, gym red, and a bold gold coloured leather swoosh to finish the look. What are your thoughts on this pair? Let me know down below!

Parra x Nike SB Dunk Low Pro QS “Abstract Art” Review

Dutch artist, Parra, is back with another Nike SB collaboration. His take on the Dunk Low sees abstract shapes in a myriad of colours covering the panels of the shoe, while a base of white nubuck, and a solid black leather swoosh give the shoe the right amount of balance. Dropping in late July, these are one of my favourite releases of the year so far!

FTC x Nike SB Dunk Low Pro QS “Sento” Review

FTC and Nike SB team up to release this upcoming Dunk Low which pays homage to Tokyo, the host city for this year’s Olympic Games. Inspired by Sento, traditional Japanese bathhouses, these incorporate blue suede, tiled white leather, and a towel-like liner. Check out my in-depth review and let me know what you think of these down below!

Nike SB Dunk Low Pro QS “What The Paul” Review

The Nike SB Dunk Low “What The Paul” pays tribute to pro skateboarder, Paul Rodriguez, and his long standing relationship with Nike SB. Done in the patchwork / mismatching “What The” style, each shoe features different elements of some of P Rod’s past collaborations with Nike, ranging from iconic colourways of the P Rod 1 to P Rod 10, to the Nike SB Dunk High. Check out my review for an in-depth breakdown and on feet look!

Nike SB Dunk Low Pro “Gulf” (Club 58) Review

My latest review covers the Nike SB Dunk Low “Gulf” (Club 58). This vibrant pair channels a 1970s aesthetic by sharing the same colour scheme as the iconic Gulf Porsche 917 race car from the same era. Featuring a bold blue suede upper, hits of orange, white and black accents round out the look that’s perfect for summer. Check out my video to learn more and share your opinion of these down below!

Nike SB Dunk Low Pro “VX1000 Camcorder” Review

Nike SB recently released a special Dunk Low paying homage to the Sony VX1000 Camcorder which has been popular with skateboarders since the mid 90s. This pair was sold only in skate shops in Asia and Europe, and incorporate subtle nods to the 90s video recording technology. Check out my review for a closer look and share your opinions down below!

Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Low OG QS “Hyper Blue” (Stars) Review

One of the biggest drops of the year has arrived! The latest Supreme x Nike SB Dunk released in four colours last week, and my latest review is covering the “Hyper Blue” colourway! Inspired by Supreme’s 2003 SB Dunk High, these adopt a similar style with gold stars on the side and croc skin leather uppers. Check out my video and let me know which of the four colours was your fave!