Nike SB Dunk High Premium – “Chinese New Year”

By - January 13th, 2014

Nike SB Dunk High Premium   Chinese New Year

With much of this month’s releases focusing on the Chinese Zodiac and the Year of the Horse, Nike SB decided to mark the celebration in its own way with the Nike Dunk High Premium SB “Chinese New Year” Edition. In a luxurious sequence of red suede with hits of metallic gold, the special Dunk High Premium denotes the colors of prosperity. The theme extends to the Nike Swoosh’s outline as well as the sole, where the translucent design sparkles with a dusting of metallic gold flakes, the shoe will include a “red envelope” for luck. Nike Skateboarding will also be adding a pair of dubre in the form ancient Chinese coin to complete the design concept.

The Nike SB Dunk High Premium “Chinese New Year” will be available at www.nikestore.com.cn online store and select Nike flagship locations in Shanghai, Beijing, Chengdu, Zhengzhou, and the Fly skateshop on Saturday, January 18. This will follow by a general release at all Nike SB retail accounts in the Greater China area on Tuesday, January 21.

Release Dates:
January 18, 2014 (Saturday) – Shanghai, Beijing, Chengdu, Zhengzhou and Fly skateshop
January 21, 2014 (Tuesday) – Greater China Region

Nike SB Dunk High Premium   Chinese New Year

Nike SB Dunk High Premium   Chinese New Year

Nike SB Dunk High Premium   Chinese New Year

Nike SB Dunk High Premium   Chinese New Year

Nike SB Dunk High Premium   Chinese New Year

Nike SB Dunk High Premium   Chinese New Year

Nike SB Dunk High Premium   Chinese New Year

Nike SB Dunk High Premium   Chinese New Year

Nike SB Dunk High Premium   Chinese New Year

2 comments
fooookui
fooookui

No Chinese will buy this... 

SB

noun. (pl. same)
Comes from a Chinese words

Pronounces Sha bi,means "Stupid cunt". 
In fact, Sha = 傻(stupid),Bi = 屄(cunt). 

M3ck
M3ck

I really like how both colors have been considered and combined with this model. A mix of suede and leather are the good base this shoe. The golden accents makes the necessary contrast. Golden sprinklers on the outsole, and traditional Chinese gold coins to the laces, oh yeah. Nice. 


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