First of all, let’s check out this colour palette that made it worthy of being in the Ugly Dunkling series. To be very honest with you, this combination of brown, olive green, and yellow looks even better than most common themes out there!
After all, the soft olive green shade on the overlays and golden yellow on the Nike Swoosh creates a sassy team-up.
Then the velvety suede underlays look bold with the dark brown hues. The construction is classic with suede and nylon.
The suede overlays team up with suede underlays for maximum comfort and flexibility. As a result, the wearer has nothing to worry about when he’s striding outside.
A near-orange gold enters the mix at the profile swooshes, while also animating the laces, tongue label, “NIKE”-branded heel overlay and outsole. Akin to the “Ugly Duckling” collection before it, the latest shoe’s midsole boasts a white look that allows the aforementioned components to revel that much more in the spotlight.
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.