Enjoying an unprecedented run of relevance, the Nike Dunk High Premium is kept alive via Fly and Nike Skateboarding, with the introduction of the "Barber" colorway. Appropriately, brushed black suede graces the upper, featuring help from white on the tongue, laces, double-stacked Swoosh and inner lining. Bottomed out by a gum outsole, the silhouette's theme is completed with a hair clipper graphic on the insole. Dropping on December 24 online at Nike (8am EST), you can grab a pair of these SB Dunks for $108.
December 2013 looks like a launch month for the record books. In addition to all the high profile drops that have made their way around the web for a while now, we now know about the Fox Bros. x Nike Dunk Hi PRM. Somerset styling meets Nike Sportswear silos on this upcoming collection, with the English company collaborating on Dunks, Magmas and a Destroyer jacket. The brand’s iconic wool fabric contrasts tan leather on all limited edition pieces. Look for the Fox Bros. x Nike Dunk Hi PRM and additional items to launch on December 7th at hanon.
Having risen to the occasion in the form of a sneaker wedge, the Nike WMNS Dunk Sky Hi SP has raised the bar higher, going for silver and gold via the "Liquid Metal" Pack. No need for a plethora of different materials, the upper goes with a fully metallic exterior, leaving the inner lining and midsole as the only elements of contrast. Next to the "Liquid Metal" Air Max 1, these heeled sneakers stand in as worthy sidekicks (no pun intended) for evening-suited options. According to Nike's 21 Mercer location, this Saturday, November 16, has been reserved for the release of these elemental kicks. Let us know in the comments if you're thinking about investing in some silver and gold.
Receiving minimal updates over the years, the Nike Dunk High has been able to subsist solely on its timeless design and impressive colorways. Adding to the lineage of Dunk High iterations, photos of a new Dunk High have been released featuring analogous hues of orange and grey. Covering the toe box and outsole, team orange is back by total orange on the side panels. Neutral grey is used for the swoosh, inner lining and to cover the eyelets of laces seen in the cool grey color. Bringing up the rear and finishing it off is a micro-weave material draping the heel counter. Release and availability info regarding the Nike Dunk High Team Orange/Total Orange is still unknown at this point in time, so check back here at Nice Kicks for updates.