Nike Sb Dunk High Pro Brown Army Grey Sail

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Nike Sb Dunk High Pro Brown Army Grey Sail

It has become common practice to wear brand new Nike Sb Dunk High Pro Brown Army Grey Sail shoes every day. So far, this sneaker has performed strongly this year, but honestly, we haven't even seen half of all color schemes for the rest of this year or even next year. Now, Dunk High will show some love in a new version that will iterate in black and yellow. Although no leaked pictures have appeared yet, the official color scheme will be black/college corn. So far, we are not sure what color scheme this sneaker will use, but you can see a black and yellow leather, and there are matching Nike brands on the tongue and heel. The white midsole and black rubber outsole will complete the new look.

Although we have seen Nike Dunk Hi Notre Midnight Navy with several excellent color schemes in the past, Nike has transformed the classic silhouette into a new "cloud" theme. The middle section of this suit uses a full leather upper, the entire panel is designed in a cloud shape, and blue and white can be seen everywhere. The forefoot, toes and fenders are all added with dark blue cladding, while the side panels are added with the richly textured red leather Nike Swoosh logo. White is displayed on the tongue and laces to increase the sense of fashion of the design, while adding a heel overlay on the back to create contrast. The blue and white rubber outsole design is effortless.

Next year in 2021, Nike Kyrie 7 EP Black Silver Pink Sneakers will create a perfect combination with the popular "Thunder Gun" as the theme. Since Nike SB Dunk Low first introduced the color scheme in 2005, the Raygun theme has been popular. Over the years, we have had our own characteristics on many different shoes, last year we finally saw the color again decorated with dunk low, in an updated new tie-dye variant in black and white. Nike must have admitted their love for this pair of sneakers and decided to also use the "laser gun" as the theme of the iconic Air Force 1.