Done in a Sail/Deep Jungle-Coconut Milk-White color scheme, this special iteration of the Dunk Low combines college sports inspiration with a nostalgic vintage aesthetic.
The base features a clean white leather upper that extends to the overlays, exuding a pure and traditional athletic sneaker aesthetic. This simple foundation allows for the rich forest green accents to truly take center stage. Here, The tonal aesthetic is broken up by the Green accents spotted on areas such as the Swooshes, heel tabs, tongue branding, tongue trim, inner lining, and rubber outsole.
But the nostalgia doesn’t end there; Nike’s recent infatuation with the neo-vintage look finds its way into this pair with sail-tinted midsoles and laces.
Lastly, The shoe features the Athletic Department branding in the insoles while it sits atop the sail midsoles. Rounding off the design, a green rubber outsole ensures both durability and traction while effortlessly tying in with the overall theme.
Are dunks or SB dunks more comfortable?
Are Dunks Or SB Dunks More Comfortable? An older SB Dunk can be more comfortable than a regular (non-SB) Dunk. Modern Dunk and SB Dunk releases tend to be stiffer right out of the box. As such, modern regular Dunks are more accommodating than their SB counterparts
The most noticeable difference between the two sneakers are their tongues. On the Nike Dunk, you get a slim, mesh tongue. On the SB Dunk, the tongue has been beefed up to provide more cushion and protection. By being thicker, the tongue helps with the fit as well. It enables the sneaker to mold to your feet, preventing any slipping or wiggling. The tongue is held down with elastic straps which provide an added layer of lockdown. As a bonus, it allows you to slip the SB Dunk on and off without having to mess with finicky laces.
1985: The Nike Dunk Makes its Debut
2002: The first Nike SB Dunks Drop
2000’s: Nike SB Dunks Ignite Sneakerhead Culture
2020 & Beyond: The Nike Dunk SB Renaissance.