A look at some upcoming Dunk Low’s with a black/orange colorway. Via NSB.org
The “Gold Rail” Dunk SB is the first we’ve seen of Nike SB’s October 2008 releases. These kicks will be available only in Melbourne, Australia. Via NIKESB.org.
Nike once again has released a “Back to School” sneaker, this time as a quickstrike. Pick them up now at your local Nike QS retailer or at Atmos.
This Fall, Nike iD Studio’s around the world will be receiving a major upgrade: allowing you to have more options of sneakers, colors, fabrics, designs, patterns, and more. Among the wide selection of sneakers available at the Nike iD Studio are Air Max 90’s, Dunk Low’s, Dunk High’s, and the Cortez, which have even more customizable options than ever before. Expect to see some great work coming from the iD Studio this Fall. Via Freshness
This year in the 2008 Beijing Olympics, a new event will be held; BMX. In honor of the BMX event, Nike has created an innovative sneaker for the BMX contestants. Entitled “Gyrizo”, this Nike Dunk combines much more technology and innovation than a regular Dunk. This is one of Nike’s first attempts into the BMX Scene and only time will tell if the sneaker is popularized. One interesting detail in the sneaker is that the sneaker is built on Lance Armstrong’s last cleat. With their innovative design and stylish colorway, these Gyrizo Dunks are sure to sell out quickly to all of the BMX riders. Stay tuned to Sweet Kicks for more info.