From the Air Force 1 to the Air Max 95, all the way to the Air Jordan 7, every year, Nike honors Native American and Indigenous people all across the globe with its N7 line. A project that began all the way back in 2009, the American sportswear company has raised over $8 million in grants, supporting over 270 communities and organizations over the past 14 years. With the SB Dunk Low being one of the most popular silhouettes in the Swoosh's current roster, it would be the obvious model to use for its next N7 release, and that's where the Nike SB Dunk Low Decon "N7" comes through.
One of the latest colorways to hit the basketball shoe-turned-skate shoe, this pair completely deconstructs the sneaker from the ground up. Exposed stitching runs across the edges of each panel, and rather than the classic leather base, it's crafted from a hemp material that's both versatile and sustainable at the same time. Slick black suede makes its way throughout, and these are finely embroidered with bird and floral details which nod to Native American and Indigenous culture. The "N7" logo is stitched around the heel in red, and down below, the crisp white midsole is finished with an icy blue rubber outsole, finalizing the special edition shoe.
Not much else is known about the Nike SB Dunk Low Decon "N7" at this moment in time, but according to the the rumors, these will drop sometime in June or July. Let us know if you'll be going for these later this Summer, and in related news, the Jarritos x Nike SB Dunk Low has finally been confirmed!