Nike SB Dunk Low Pro 'Safari' Shoes
This product is sold on an enter draw to purchase basis. The draw closes on Friday 13th March 2020 at 08:00AM (GMT).
Winners will be chosen on the official product release date of Saturday 14th March 2020 at 8:00AM (GMT) and we will aim to confirm both successful and unsuccessful entries within three hours.
Inspired by the highly popular Nike Air Max 1 Safari QS Atmos, these Nike SB Dunk Low Pro ‘Safari’ Shoes display a striking colourway of neutral grey, kumquat orange and desert ochre and are centred around a bold print design reminiscent of the early 2000’s. These unmissable sneakers feature suede side panells with safari leather overlays, mismatched Swooshes on the outer and inner panels wrap around to join at the heel and there’s a sleek combination of an off-white midsole paired with a gum rubber outsole for added definition and reliable flexibility through both skate and leisure wear. Staying true to the OG Dunk Low design, the shoes arrive with canvas toe-boxes, a black mesh padded tongue, padded collar as well as cushioned rope black laces that encase the cut-through eyelets. Miniature black Swoosh embroidery is neatly displayed on the toe panel overlays of each shoe, whilst a vibrant green and orange ‘Nike SB Dunk Low Pro’ woven label rounds around the tongue and iconic Swoosh tick embroidery can be found decorating the brown leather heel tab. Boasting an elevated skate aesthetic that resonants a playful energy, these exclusive shoes have been infused with Nike’s DNA and are designed to provide multi-directional grip and skate-specific traction wherever and whenever it’s needed.
Delivering an innovative spin on the sought-after styling of the atmos x Nike Air Max 1 Safari, these stand out sneakers offer the perfect combination of skate style with functioning fashion. With a nod towards the OG 1987 Air Pack, these Dunk Lows successfully bring the ostrich skin-inspired print back to life to deliver a classic style that’s been purposely remodelled, with the help from the late great Sandy Bodecker, to supply performance-focused styling to not just court sports, but to skateboarders all over the globe.