The Patta x Nike Air Max 1 Black Drops This Week


The Patta x Nike Air Max 1 Black has finally been given some official release info.

Initially previewed by Chris Union of Union Los Angeles, this new flavor of the wavy AM1 comes dressed in a Grey mesh base contrasted by the Black overlays, which includes the wavy overlays that go all around the sneaker. Black laces, White leather Swooshes on the side panels a a mini White embroidered Swoosh on the toe. An aged midsole and Black/White midsole round out the main features of this colorway.

Retailing for $170, Patta has confirmed that their Patta x Nike Air Max 1 Black alongside matching apparel will release on December 10th at For a complete guide including official photos, release dates, pricing and where to buy, visit: Patta x Nike Air Max 1 Black.

In YEEZY news, the adidas Yeezy BSKTBL KNIT Slate Blue drops later on this month.

Name Patta X Nike Air Max 1 Black
Colorway Metallic Silver/White-Black-Coconut Milk
Release Date December 10, 2021
Style Code DQ0299-001
Retail Price $170


Adding to the “Rush Maroon” and “Noise Aqua” colorways.
Patta and Nike are returning with another collaborative sneaker. Building on their lineup of Air Max 1s, the duo has dressed the silhouette in black and white.

The upper is constructed with premium leather, along with nubuck and reflective mesh material. Just like its predecessors, the shoe features wavy detailing along the mudguards. The Swoosh adds a touch of contrast in white on the sides, as well as the eyelets. The design is complete with a sail-colored midsole with a transparent Air unit.

Take a closer look via the gallery above. The black Patta x Nike Air Max 1 is scheduled to release in December for $160 USD.

Nike Dunk Low “Panda” Restocking February 2nd


Nike is set to release a several new Dunk colorways in 2021, which includes this “White/Black” aka “Panda” edition of the Dunk Low.

This offering of the Nike Dunk Low comes dressed in a classic White and Black color blocking. It features a White leather base with Black overlays and Swooshes atop a White midsole and Black rubber outsole.

Nike Dunk Low Black White Release Date
Look for the Nike Dunk Low “Panda” to release on March 10th at select retailers and StockX. The retail price tag is set at $100 USD.

UPDATE 1/19: Nike will be restocking the “Panda” Dunk Low on February 2nd for $100 USD directly on in both men’s and women’s sizing.

UPDATE 2/26: Nike confirms that the “Black” Dunk Low is releasing in men’s and women’s sizing on March 10th via SNKRS for $100 USD. Check out the official photos of the women’s pair below.

Nike Dunk Low “Panda”
Color: White/Black-White
Style Code: DD1391-100
Release Date: March 10, 2021
Restock Date: February 2, 2022
Price: $100

Take an On-Foot Look at the Nike Dunk Low "White Barber Shop"

Following an official look at the Nike (NYSE:NKE +0.11%) Dunk Low “Barber Shop,” we now have on-foot images of the alternate “White Barber Shop” colorway.

Set to release early 2022, the upcoming take on the popular footwear model serves to celebrate local barbershops and their place in communities.

The Nike Dunk Low “White Barber Shop” features a gray nubuck upper accented by white leather elements and red/blue/white barbershop pole piping. Additional detailing comes in the form of mismatched lace tips, gold clipper guard lace dubraes and hair pattern graphics. Finishing up the design of the shoe are pure white midsoles paired with light blue rubber outsoles.

Priced at $110 USD, the Nike Dunk Low “White Barber Shop” is set to release in the coming months.

For more footwear news, take a first look at this “Chicago/Black Toe”-like Air Jordan 1 Zoom CMFT.

CLOT x Nike Dunk High Coming Soon


A closer look at the CLOT x Nike Dunk High is provided as this exclusive pair is suggested to make its debut later this year. Bold, yet simple the high-top is defined by a holographic Metallic Silver upper that is reinforced with translucent TPU overlays. Additionally, a matching grey satin sockliner, exposed stitching throughout, followed by co-branding on the tongue tags, and insoles, and a white rubber sole rounds out the profile.

Expect the CLOT x Nike Dunk High to make its debut at select Nike stockists and online soon. Stay tuned for the official release date. For a complete guide including official photos, release dates, pricing and where to buy, visit: CLOT x Nike Dunk High. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.

Up next, here’s when to cop the Air Jordan 1 Mid “XQ”.

Name CLOT X Nike Dunk High
Colorway Metallic Silver/White
Release Date April 1, 2022
Style Code DH4444-900
Retail Price $150

Nike Dunk High Surfaces With "Sail" Uppers and Gum Bottoms

When you have a catalog of models as impressive as Nike (NYSE:NKE +1.01%) , there’s almost always room to reintroduce the classics to the modern generation in an effort to create a new trendy wave. And right now, the model that is soaking up all of the attention is the Dunk, which as far as we’re concerned does not seem like it will be slowing down its frenzy of releases in the foreseeable future. For the ladies, the Swoosh is crafting a new Nike Dunk High “Sail/Gum” colorway, and it has just been unveiled by way of official imagery.

The presentation of these lifestyle kicks lean on neutral tones exclusively. Up top, the smooth leather base is fashioned with tongues, toe boxes and collars that opt for the crisp white look while the overlays, laces and Swooshes have been filled in with a “Sail” hue. Inside the kicks, the liners are also supplied with white outers, while the Nike branding that rests on the inserts are colored with solid black. Beneath all of that, the midsole section also elects to go with the cleaner exterior, and the outsoles are dressed with a Fall-appropriate gum tone.

These dropped early in Asia on October 9, but expect a stateside release to go down in the coming weeks likely via SNKRS and other retailers.

Elsewhere in sneaker news, official photos of the Nike SB Dunk Low “Mummy” have popped up.

Weed Sneakers: How 4/20 Became Nike SB’s Favorite Holiday


The Nike SB Dunk High "Skunk" from 2010. Image via Flight Club

“The fact that they’ve been able to market these shoes with direct relation to weed suggests just how off the radar the SB program is compared to the rest of the company,” former pro skater and current owner of Standard Issue clothing Jimmy Gorecki says. “Could you ever imagine there being a 4/20 Nike Basketball shoe? Or a Purple Skunk football cleat?”

While Nike SB—and the Dunk in particular—crested another wave of outlandish hype and inflated resale value in 2020, SB has also spent the past few years expanding its conceptual reach. Now, more than just skate industry inside jokes and unsanctioned shoutouts to beer brands, animated TV dads, and international soccer teams, SB has added corporate collaborations with major companies like Ben & Jerry’s, the NBA, and 7-11 (well, almost). The latest era of overnight lineups and instant sellouts has come with a new dose of mainstream approval and admiration. But in a world where limited edition sneakers are seen by many as nothing more than a financial asset, the brand that built its reputation on colorways worthy of cease-and-desist letters still uses the annual stoner holiday to pay homage to skateboarding’s lifelong love affair with weed and to retain a continuous throughline of clever counter-culture creativity.

So how did Nike SB come to embrace stoner culture so hardily? It is largely thanks to two former Nike SB employees, the artist Todd Bratrud, and a brand culture steeped in the same carefree DIY mentality as its namesake sport.

Ahead of 4/20 in 2010, Bratrud, who had already designed successful Dunks like the Send Help, approached former Nike SB senior product line manager Shawn Baravetto with the idea of the Skunk Dunk High. Baravetto loved the idea and reached out to then fellow senior product line manager Stephen Pelletier, the self-described “stoner on staff and material nerd,” on the SB team at the time. Bratrud and Pelletier combined forces to turn the Dunk High into a nug of dank weed drenched in blended shades of fuzzy green suede with a purple check and a dazed and confused skunk drawing on the insole. The Skunk Dunk was an obvious nod to the sweet leaf in an era before the legalization green rush took hold.

“[The Skunk Dunk] was the first 4/20 drop that we had to be careful with legal,” Baravetto says now. “I had to send it off to legal and the response I got was something like, ‘So the skunk… could you make him less… sick looking?’”

Take an Official Look at the Color Skates x Nike SB Dunk High "Kebab and Destroy"

Adding to its growing lineup of collaborations, Nike (NYSE:NKE -1.11%) SB and Athens-based skate shop Color Skates have come together on a Dunk High inspired by gyro kebabs.

Celebrated the beloved Greek food, the upcoming take sees the Nike SB Dunk High dressed in pita-like tan and light brown suede accented by brown elephant print representative of the meat cooked on a vertical rotisserie. Other elements include the white toe box drawing from the contrasting look of tzatziki sauce and hits of tomato red found on the laces and midfoot Swooshes. Additional markings include gyro kebab and Color Skates embroidery, co-branded “Kebab and Destroy” tongue tags and special printed insoles. Rounding up the design of the shoes are black sole units with white contrast stitching.

Although no official release details have surfaced, the Color Skates x Nike SB Dunk High “Kebab and Destroy” is expected to release sometime later this year.

For more footwear news, the adidas YEEZY Foam Runner “Mineral Blue” recently received a release date.

Nike SB Dunk Low "Gulf" Pays Homage to the Legendary Porsche 917 Gulf


Nike (NYSE:NKE -0.86%) ‘s skate-focused Nike SB sub-label is continuing its run of Porsche race car-inspired sneakers, as after the SB Dunk Low “Pink Pig” appeared in recent weeks we now have a look at official images of the SB Dunk Low “Gulf.” Inspired by the legendary Porsche 917 Gulf track car from the ’70s, the “Gulf” repurposes its inspiration color palette and numeric branding for a look that fuses the world of skate and motorsports.

Suede uppers are dressed in a signature “Blue Chill” tone, accented by a bold white midfoot Swoosh with black trim. The signature detail, however, arrives via circular “58” badges on the lateral heel and tongue. This embellishment originally lead many to assume that this low-cut SB Dunk was dubbed the “Club 58,” after the eponymous skateshop collective. However, it’s very possible that this choice of number on the “Gulf” does indicate that Club 58 had a hand in its creation: there was never a #58 917, as the highest marker number it reached was #21.

Besides these special details, the “Gulf” is rounded off by a puffy “Blue Chill” tongue, black heel branding, black shoelaces, a white midsole with black stitching and a bold “Safety Orange” outsole that nods to the high-performance automobile’s lower half.

The Nike SB Dunk Low “Gulf” will release this March via the Nike webstore, and is priced at $100 USD.

For more sneaker news, check out the latest installment of HYPEBEAST’s weekly Best Footwear Drops list.

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