After the low-top release of Nike SB's legendary "Sea Crystal" colorway, the skateboarding line is now returning to their ongoing "Shoebox" collection to release a special Dunk Low Reverse Shark colorway.

Featuring supply navy suede overlays and a team red leather upper, the shoe offers a reversed version of the original "Shark" colorway, as the name suggests. Finished by a light grey midsole and team red outsole, the colorway offers a flashy vibe almost reminiscent of the Jordan 1 "Bred" colorway and will be sure to please OG fans of the Nike SB Dunk line.

There's no word yet on an official release date, but you can expect the shoe to drop globally sometime in early January.

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