The originally released in 2002. With a revamped skateboarding-specific design, innovative features, and limited releases, it introduced a whole generation to sneakers and sneaker culture. After remaining dormant in recent history, we have seen a resurgence in themed SB Dunk releases, like the recently released Nike SB Dunk Low "Gucci." Sporting a colorway that's famously associated with the Italian fashion brand, they also feature reptilian-inspired embossed leather, a contrasting white midsole, and of course, an insole equipped with Zoom Air in the heel.
Taking cues from original heritage designs, utilizes React technology while upholding the brand's tried and true hallmarks. Lightweight textile upper in a high-cut silhouette offers support and comfort while reflective graphics make for maximum visibility. Rubber pods at midsole + outsole offer durable traction while lace closure keeps you completely secure, making this the perfect pair for all-day wear. Complete with a TPU heel clip and a back pull-tab for easy on and off.
Nike revitalise an archival classic for 2020. Acronym will be presenting a hybrid rendition of the Air Moc mixed with the . This is a follow up to Acronym's popular Nike Air Presto collaboration. Thus far, there are three colorways scheduled to release. One dressed in Light Bone/Black, another in Sail/Dark Stucco-Cargo Khaki, and the last in Black/Volt.
The will first be available in the women's exclusive "Mystic Green" colorway, which pays homage to the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta. The runner boasts a breathable mesh upper that's paired with Mystic Green suede panels and Gold suede overlays throughout. Adding a bit of pop are pink laces and purple sock liners. The shoe also features a new Air unit in the midsole, providing 200% more Air compared to the traditional Air Max unit with full-length cushlon foam offering exceptional comfort.