Nike's SB Dunk Low Arrives in "Chicago" Colorway Inspired by Air Jordan 1
In street-ready shades of red, black and white.
As Nike‘s SB Dunk Low swiftly becomes the hottest sneaker silhouette of the year, the sportswear giant has added yet another iteration of the shoe to its lineup. Dubbed “Chicago,” the kicks take inspiration from the popular colorway seen on previous releases including the Air Jordan 1.
Boasting a signature color palette of red, black and white, the Dunk Lows arrive with a leather upper sporting color-blocked details. The Swoosh and heel tab are dressed in black, while overlays on the upper and the outsole are splashed with a “University Red” hue. Contrasting the entire look, the midsole, tongue and toebox come in white. The ’80s-inspired silhouette is complete with Nike SB branding on the tongue tag, along with Zoom Air cushioning for added comfort and durability. You can add this pair to your lineup for an effortless, casual summer look.
Take a closer look at Nike’s SB Dunk Low “Chicago” above. You can get your hands on the sneakers by entering END.’s draw, which closes at 3 p.m. BST (10 a.m. EST) on September 2. The kicks will set you back $135 USD.
For more Dunk Lows, check out a patchworked iteration dubbed “Lemon Wash.”