Nike Dunk High SP Pro Green to Release on September 23, 2020

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Nike Dunk High SP Pro Green to Release on September 23, 2020

In addition to the “Varsity Maize” pair, Nike will also be reissuing 2008’s “Pine Green” Dunk High Vintage during the 2020 holiday season.The silhouette will forever be attributed to the Be True To Your School era that gave the silhouette life in an array of hues.Unlike the original, this version of the Nike Dunk High SP Pro Green will come dressed in a White and Pro Green makeup. Among an upcoming collection of further collaborative works, the brand is also prepared to re-debut some of their general release classics, a set that includes the beloved “Pro Green” Dunk High.The shoe features a White leather base with a darker shade of Green on the overlays as well as on the rubber outsole.A simple though appreciated recreation, the pair takes the typical two-toned palette and brings it to modern construction.

Latest Jordan 2020 will be releasing a special Air Jordan 5 “What The” colorway for the occasion.The storytelling is set to continue on the silhouette as an Air Jordan 5 “What The” is rumored to be in the works for 2020.Air Jordan 5 “What The” will include details from the Tokyo, Shanghai, Raging Bull, Bel-Air, Laser, Green Bean, Army Olive and Quai 54 colorways.The shoe is set to draw inspiration from classic AJ5 colorways including the Air Jordan 5 “Bel-Air,” Air Jordan 5 “Tokyo,” Air Jordan 5 “Raging Bull,” and the Air Jordan 5 “Shanghai.” The sAir Jordan 5 “What The” features a mismatched Yellow and Red color blocking. Each heel comes with a Japanese character and medallion embroidery from the “Tokyo 23” and “Shanghai” colorways, respectively. Other details includes graphic lining from the “Bel-Air” and “Laser” Jordan 5s with 3M reflective tongues and translucent netting on the sides.

The Nike SB Dunk High Send Help released back in October 2006 designed by Todd Bratrud, an artist known for his skateboard graphics, especially for Consolidated Skateboards.The are sometimes referred to as the “Todds”, as they were designed by Consolidated Skateboards’ art director Todd Bratrud.Nike SB Dunk High “Send Help”Dressed in a Black, White, and Blue Reef color scheme.The shoe features an uncommon colorway of black and light blue, but are a nice combination nonetheless. A White mesh tongue, matching midsole atop a New Ray-Ban Sunglassess  Blue rubber outsole and an insole graphic illustrated by Bratrud of a skeleton and a banner stating “Send Help” completes the design.