Nike SB Dunk Low Pigeon (Engraved)
The Jeff Staple x Dunk Low Pro SB ‘Pigeon,’ which was released in January 2005 as part of Nike SB’s White Dunk City Series, sparked riots on the streets of New York City and was later mentioned on the front page of the New York Post. The low-top is dressed in two shades of blue, with a white Swoosh and red accents on the lining and outsole. The embroidered pigeon on the lateral heel is a must-have.
Your skate shoe can be your best friend or worst enemy, depending on whether you’re a street junkie who kickflips a lot or a pro who ollies and grinds on ledges, rails, and every other workable obstacle. Getting cushioned underfoot and around the ankle to soften those hard landings is often all it takes to keep you pumped up for the next daredevil stunt. Enable the Nike SB Dunks, a former basketball hero, to join the fray.
The Dunk SBs have been a skate resident since 2002, when they won their street credo. If you’re not on a cushioned sole diet, these Nike SB kicks, which are normally made with fat tongues, are one of the best bets for your next round of board flips.
- Many skaters praised the Nike SB Dunk Low's excellent board feel.
- It doesn't take much force to flick the board with an SB Dunk Low, according to many skaters, particularly in the first month of skating with it.
- According to critics, the shoe's thickly stuffed tongue, padded neck, and cushioned insole provide excellent comfort.
- According to a skater, the SB Dunk Low has a sturdy cover with many layers that make up its upper.
- The Nike SB Dunk Low isn't particularly grippy, despite its deep grooves in the sole.
- After two months, the outsole began to wear, leaving less grip for flip tricks.
Specification: Nike SB Dunk Low Pigeon (Engraved)