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Leaked images have surfaced of a pair of Nike SB Dunk Highs that look more like hiking boots than something to be skated in. The sneakers appear to be a collaboration between Australian skate shop PASS-PORT and Nike SB, as evidenced by the co-branded tongue and lateral heel.
PASS-PORT has totally reworked the SB Dunk High, pairing what looks to be a rip stop nylon base in mustard with hairy green suede overlays. The Swoosh is constructed of brown leather, while the brown rope laces add to the hiking and outback-inspired design. The heel features a logo flip of a man (presumably a farmer) holding the Nike Swoosh as if it were a shovel of sorts. A black midsole and translucent brown outsole complete the look.
The entire project looks like it could fall under ACG’s umbrella, due to the earthy, outdoorsy tones and the use of durable materials. The Nike SB branding, however, denotes that the project is definitely part of the Swoosh’s skateboarding subdivision.
No word yet on concrete release details. Stay tuned for updates and, in the meantime, check out the leaked shots.
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