A major corporate profile hasn’t kept Nike’s SB wing from riffing on drug culture a bit; last April, the SB division released a http://freshnessmag.com/2010/04/20/nike-sb-dunk-high-premium-%E2%80%9Cskunk%E2%80%9D-edition-available-now/”>Scott Bratrud-designed “Skunk” Dunk High, which, for Dunk fans, was one of the most potent shoes of the year. And this April, SB is releasing another Dunk High SB designed by Bratrud, inspired by reefer culture icons Cheech and Chong. The shoes feature a primarily white canvas upper, which is set off by heel counters done in striped red on the right shoe, and bandanna print on the left – a reference to the headwear that the 1960’s – 70’s comedy due were known for. And of course, SB has worked in a “spare change” pouch behind the tongue. The shoes feature a green alternate lace; look for a 4/20 release. Check out the image gallery after the jump. via: http://scenepreston.com/shop/product.php?xProd=5292″>Scene Preston.