Nike SB Dunk Low. Nike Skateboarding has collaborated with StrangeLove Skateboard for a special edition SB Dunk Low to celebrate Valentine’s Day. As already described in the last releases, the Nike SB Dunk has again attracted a lot of attention and, above all, popularity in recent months.In addition to the Halloween Dunk, there will now also be a Valentines Dunk. Strangelove and Nike have collaborated yet again for their latest article, the SB Dunk Low Strangelove. This new addition goes well with the others in the collection such as the Nike Krampus in 2012 (see above) and the Nike SB Dunk Low Disposable in 2014. This time, the label has teamed up with Sean Cliver's StrangeLove Skateboards for a slightly more unusual style to celebrate the day of love.

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StrangeLove x Nike SB Dunk Low Release Cancelled Due to Bots A wider launch set to take place this week. StrangeLove Skateboards x Nike SB Dunk Low Coming In 2020.

Grab a detailed look at the StrangeLove x Nike SB Dunk Low Pro below, and look for these to hit select stores like SNS (raffle) and Nike.com on February 8th for $110.

Update 1/31: We now have official images of the StrangeLove x Nike SB Dunk Low which will release at select skate shops on February 7th and then on Nike SNKRS on February 8th. StrangeLove x Nike SB Dunk Low Release Date.

StrangeLove x Nike SB Dunk Low Color: Bright Melon/Gym Red-Med Soft Pink Style Code: CT2552-800 Release Date: February 8, 2020 Price: $100.

StrangeLove x Nike SB Dunk … Released on February 8th,2020》.Nike SB celebrated Valentine’s Day by connecting with legendary artists Todd Bratrud and Sean Cliver to release the Nike SB Dunk Low Strangelove …

Good one bots. StrangeLove x Nike SB Dunk Low Color: Bright Melon/Gym Red-Med Soft Pink Release Date: February 8, 2020 Style Code: CT2552-800 Price: $100.

Release date: 1 February Price: Yet to be announced Strangelove and Nike have collaborated yet again for their latest article, the SB Dunk Low Strangelove.

How to Cop Nike SB Dunk Low StrangeLove Skateboards Valentine’s Day Release Links, Raffles & In-Store Releases SB Dunk StrangeLove Skateboards CT2552-800 Wednesday, May 20 2020 New This new addition goes well with the others in the collection such as the Nike Krampus in 2012 (see above) and the Nike SB Dunk Low Disposable in 2014. Look for the StrangeLove x Nike SB Dunk Low to release sometime around Valentine’s Day in February at select skate shops. How to Cop Nike SB Dunk Low StrangeLove Skateboards Valentine’s Day Release Links, Raffles & In-Store Releases SB Dunk StrangeLove Skateboards CT2552-800 Thursday, May 14 2020 New As already described in the last releases, the Nike SB Dunk has again attracted a lot of attention and, above all, popularity in recent months.In addition to the Halloween Dunk, there will now also be a Valentines Dunk. Posted on December 30, 2019 April 29, 2020. As always, keep your eyes locked on our Twitter feed for further additions to our Where to Buy Guide below as we edge closer to the date.. StrangeLove x Nike SB Dunk Low Pro QS. The quirky, California-based label now links up with Nike SB to lend its uncommon perspective to a cherished style: the Dunk Low.

StrangeLove x Nike SB Dunk Low Color: Bright Melon/Gym Red-Med Soft Pink Style Code: CT2552-800 Release Date: February 8, 2020 Price: $100

Nike SB celebrated Valentine’s Day by connecting with legendary artists Todd Bratrud and Sean Cliver to release the Nike SB Dunk Low Strangelove Skateboards (Regular Box), now available on StockX. Style Code: CT2552-800 Strangelove SB Dunk.

... and then keep an eye out for the coming months as these are sure to release relatively soon. Strangelove SB Dunk. Source: @sneakerjamz. Stay tuned for more updates. StrangeLove Skateboards has crafted its own unique aesthetic by combining chaotic creative expression with a grounded appreciation for what makes skate fun. With leaks of the new Purple Box, Nike SB’s intentions are evidently resolute, getting the sub-label back on track with collaborations aplenty and inline models equally eclectic.