Nike SB Dunk High Premium – “Chinese New Year”

Nike SB Dunk High Premium – “Chinese New Year”

It seems that there would be a deluge of sneakers dedicated to celebrate the upcoming “Year of The Horse” this year, and adding to that growing list is the Nike SB Dunk High Premium – “Chinese New Year”. We have seen some early sneaker releases from Nike lately and by the looks of it, sneakerheads will have lots of red and gold kicks to purchase this 2014.

Nike SB Dunk High Premium – “Chinese New Year”

Inspired by the Chinese Zodiac and the much-awaited “Year of the Horse,” this new iteration of the Nike SB Dunk High Premium gives us a sneaker with a suede upper that is drenched in vibrant red color to denote prosperity. Providing contrast to the scarlet hue is the metallic gold hits on the outline of the Nike Swoosh, the label on the tongue, as well as speckles of gold on the outsole. Other features that we love about this special Nike SB Dunk High Premium are the Chinese coin accent enclosed in the lace and the traditional red envelope for luck that will come in the pack.

Nike SB Dunk High Premium – “Chinese New Year”

This Chinese New Year kicks from Nike Skateboarding is possibly one of the most intricately designed sneakers from the batch this year. Nike SB Dunk High Premium – “Chinese New Year” will have its first release at the Nike online shop in China as well as at its flagship stores in Beijing, Chengdu, Shanghai, and Zhengzhou and at the Fly skateshop on January 18th. It will then be followed by a general release for retailers in the Greater China on January 21st.

Nike SB Dunk High Premium – “Chinese New Year”

source – freshnessmag

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