Here’s How People Are Styling the Parra x Nike SB Dunk Low
We were happy to hear that renowned artist and long-time Nike collaborator Parra was asked to create the uniforms for the Nike SB–sponsored Tokyo 2020 skateboarding teams. And we were even happier to hear that there was set to be a Nike SB Dunk Low to match! Dubbed ‘Abstract Art’, they released to the public on July 31, meaning sneakerheads around the globe have secured their pair, flicked them up on-feet, and posted to the TL flexing their latest pickup.
The Parra x Nike SB Dunk Low ‘Abstract Art’ exudes the artist’s usual aesthetic traits. Reds, blues, oranges and pinks have all been mixed together on a clean white base and complemented by the black Swoosh and gum outsole. Interestingly, this pair features a top layer on the overlays and, when worn away, reveals a new pattern underneath. While they aren’t the incredibly-rare F&F iteration, they most definitely are neck-cranking, and make the perfect spotlight for this week’s How People are Styling.
Following the July drop, our Instagram TL was chocked full of fit pics of everyone flexing their pair of Parra x Nike SB Dunk Lows. We’ve curated some of the best down below, peruse away!