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Where to Buy the Nike SB Dunk Low Pro 'Street Hawker'

Nike SB Dunk Low Street Hawker
Nike SB Dunk Low Street Hawker
Nike SB Dunk Low Street Hawker

Over the years, skaters from all around the globe have fuelled their epic skate sessions with food from 'Hawkers' or Chinese street food vendors. To celebrate that tasty tradition, Nike SB have linked up with artist Jason Deng to create an epic Dunk Low dubbed the 'Street Hawker'.

To help transform the SB Dunk into this loud masterpiece, Deng created watercolour paintings inspired by six different dishes from six Chinese cities. From Beijing we have bean curd milk and fried circle, Chengdu loves hot pot, Xi’an cooks up pita bread soaked in mutton soup, Shanghai serves up plain noodles, Guangzhou roasts goose, and Taipei finishes it off with shaved ice and taro balls. In addition to these detailed elements, Nike SB did their thing with a few other cheeky nods – such as the coin on the heel which represents the money used to pay the 'Street Hawkers', and a brown Swoosh signifying the chopsticks used to eat the food.

If you're hungry for the Nike SB Dunk Low 'Street Hawker', then you're in luck because they're dropping very soon! Some raffles opened on January 9, and select skateshops around the globe are starting to drop their pairs. While some have already completed raffles, others are just starting theirs – and we've listed them down below. If all else fails, they hit SNKRS on January 13. Remember to also check in on your local skate joint and stay locked to this page, as we'll update it when more raffles go live.

Good luck!

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