In this Dunk Low, we got a midsole with a yellowed finish, unlike far, far earlier pairs. However, the rest of the structure is par for the current approach. Leathers lack the “Vintage Green patina,” exhibiting a standard and smooth shade of grey instead. The white leather base is accented by matching the sock liners and overlays. Underneath, the base dresses in White, as expected. Next, Black continues on the tongues tags, insoles, and rubber outsole with Grey embroidered heels atop a Sail midsole. The further detailing comes in black midfoot Swooshes and laces. Additionally, branding comes in the form of tongue tags, “NIKE” embroidery at the rear and printed insoles. Elevating the shoe are off white tone midsoles paired with contrasting gray rubber outsoles.
This upcoming Nike Dunk Low is cool, sporty, and comfortable to wear. You can wear these sneakers for everyday use.
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.