It’s been a bit since we last saw a Nike SB Dunk Low collaboration but over the last few days, we’ve been treated to a variety of different renditions which will include this Why So Sad? rendition that features a special meaning behind the design.
From the vision of John Rattay, a skateboarder, and mental health advocate, this Nike SB collection is set up to open the conversation among the skating community and other communities alike regarding mental health and suicide prevention. The collection will play host to a variety of different products that feature artwork by Jon Horner, with a portion of the proceeds going directly to the why So Sad? fund.
The offering features a g great new colorway to add to your collection with a light blue leather upper being added throughout the panelings which are contrasted by dark navy overlays. A dark blue Swoosh logo on the sides reveals wear-away technology that allows the logos to transition to yellow while a pigeon logo is stamped onto the lower ankles to complete the design.
WHY SO SAD? X NIKE SB DUNK LOW RELEASE INFORMATION
The Nike SB Dunk Low will be dropping later this year via select Nike SB skate shops along with other pieces of the collection. Enjoy first look images below and make sure to stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for updates and more of the latest sneaker news from your favorite brands.
Why So Sad? x Nike SB Dunk Low
Color: Coastal Blue/Light Blue/Speed Yellow/Red
Style Code: DX5549-400
Release Date: November 4, 2022
WHERE TO BUY
SNKRS (10am ET)
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UPDATE 10/29: The Why So Sad? x Nike SB Dunk Low will officially be releasing November 4th at skate shops. See above for a list of online raffles and continue reading below for in hand photos from HKIT.
UPDATE 6/29: Official images of the Nike SB Dunk Low are here which you can enjoy below. Stay tuned for more updates.
Images Via: jfgrails