Another Look at the Nike SB Dunk Low 'Elephant'
Nike SB have come through with plenty of quirky Dunks in 2020, fashioning eye-catching colourways inspired by the likes of ‘Doraemon’ and Grateful Dead. That said, they’re also keen to apply some the most iconic schemes to the popular silhouette, such as this Dunk Low featuring the ‘Elephant’ print made famous by Japanese retailer atmos.
An unmistakable nod to the famed Air Max 1 ‘atmos Elephant’, which originally released in 2007 (and again in 2017), this Nike SB Dunk Low features essentially the same scheme. The toe box is white, while black features on the side panel and inner lining. The defining feature, however, is the ‘Elephant’ print overlays, which cover the majority of the upper.
Meanwhile, the side Swoosh and tongue tag don a teal hue, just like the AM1 before it. A standard white midsole and black outsole combo completes the ensemble, while a spare pair of grey laces will also be included in the packaging.
Release details are cloudy on this one, with rumours suggesting a drop sometime in November. It’s unclear whether these will be a Japan-exclusive or a wider release, but all signs point to the latter, given recent SB history. We’re sure more will be revealed in the coming weeks.