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Born x Raised x Nike SB Dunk Sept 28 Release

Born x Raised x Nike SB Dunk Sept 28 Release

Born x Raised x Nike SB Dunk Sept 28 Release

clock-circular-outline Posted September 20, 2023

Sneakerheads assemble for one of the most anticipated sneaker drops of this year - the Born x Raised x Nike SB Dunk.

Born x Raised x Nike SB Dunk

Originally slated for an earlier release, the launch was postponed due to the unfortunate passing of the brand's founder, Chris ‘Spranto’ Printup. Now, on September 28th, sneaker enthusiasts can finally get their hands on this highly-anticipated collaboration.

If you're on the lookout for a sneaker that truly stands out, the Born x Raised x Nike SB Dunk Low is definitely worth checking out. This shoe is a true masterpiece, combining style, history, and innovation in a way that's truly unique.

Born x Raised x Nike SB Dunk

The white leather base is made with incredible attention to detail, with perforations that are based on the ancient Japanese sashiko technique. These cross-shaped perforations are extended towards the lacing system, creating a visually stunning effect that's sure to turn heads. Overall, this sneaker is a great choice for anyone who wants to add a touch of style and innovation to their collection.

The upper is wrapped in royal blue suede overlays that add a touch of luxury to the design. But what truly makes this collaboration stand out is the holographic finish on the Nike Swooshes. These Swooshes change colours depending on the angle you’re looking from, adding that extra element of surprise to every step.

Born x Raised x Nike SB Dunk

Born x Raised labelling is proudly displayed on the sneaker, with their ‘One Block At A Time’ wordmark embroidered on the tongue and ‘On The Turf’ on the backside of the tongue. Co-branding can be found throughout the sneaker, from the insole to the outsole.

As sneaker enthusiasts eagerly await its release, the Born x Raised x Nike SB Dunk Low promises to be a must-have for collectors and fashion-forward individuals alike. Don’t miss out on this limited edition release that signals a new era for the classic Dunk silhouette. Get ready to step up your sneaker game on September 28th with Born x Raised and Nike SB.

In other related sneaker news, the Nike Dunk Low 'Panda' returns for another restock





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