Nike SB often uses their version of the Dunk Low for unique colorways and materials. This week, the Premium version has surfaced with a canvas print upper, boasting art inspired by the “Pastoral” style, coming next Spring.
The Nike SB team has some interesting releases on the way in the next few months. Recently, we’ve been following news regarding their PowerPuff Girls collaboration, which is expected to be released later this month. Today, a new release has appeared on the horizon, giving the Dunk Low Premium a “Pastoral” print upper for Spring 2024. The pastoral art style depicts the ‘idealized’ life of a shepherd, directing livestock through open areas. This is translated into a soft color scheme that comes in a Football Grey canvas, with artwork added shades of brown and Coconut Milk. The edges of each panel are bound for better durability, while muted gold laces and a dusty blue inner lining complete the look.
NIKE SB DUNK LOW PRO “PASTORAL” RELEASE INFORMATION
Nike SB’d Premium edition of the Dunk Low in this intricate “Pastoral” print canvas upper is currently expected to be released on April 22nd, 2024. Featuring art inspired by the pastoral style, pairs will likely be available from the SNKRS app and select SB retailers for $125. Check out the early images below, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more sneaker release news.
Nike SB Dunk Low Pro “Pastoral Print”
Color: Football Grey/Coconut Milk-Khaki-Flat Gold-Sail-Dragon Red
Style Code: FN5880-001
Release Date: April 22nd, 2024
UPDATE 1/5/24: New information about Nike SB’s next Dunk Low Pro has surfaced, stating that the pair will release for the Summer 2024 Olympics, officially dubbed “City of Style” by Nike. The soft pastel print upper celebrates the fashion of Paris, this year’s host city. Additionally, new on-foot images from YankeeKicks are here.
UPDATE 1/31/24: Nike’s official images of the “Pastoral Print” SB Dunk Low Pro have arrived, ahead of their anticipated April release. The date has not been confirmed yet by the brand, so stay tuned for further updates.