Official Images of the Civilist x Nike SB Dunk Low

Official Images of the Civilist x Nike SB Dunk Low

Thanks to the likes of Travis Scott and Ben & Jerry’s, the popularity of the Nike Dunk is booming as it was in the mid-00s, it now only seems right that the OG skate shops get their time to shine. And right on cue, Berlin’s Civilist steps into the spotlight with a jaw-dropping heat-n-reveal “Heatmap” Nike SB Dunk Low

No stranger to a Nike SB collaboration, the Berlin-based board shop is back with a vastly different approach to their ultra-premium effort on the High in 2013. Though, this does arrive in a similar palette of black and white, premium quilted leathers and other premium materials are swapped out for a simple black base, white midsole and black rubber outsole. The inclusion of a small branded tag just below the Swoosh is a testament to the pair’s simplicity. That is until you step out into the sunlight — and BANG — a heatmap print is then revealed.

 

The colorful, all-over graphic hides beneath the heat-away black upper for one awe-inspiring effect. But it’s nothing new; the finish has been done by customizers for the best part of three of four years, but this marks the first official release from Nike that inclusive the heat-wearing finish. Take a look at the video here above, and some in-hand shots here below, and keep your eyes glued to our official Twitter account for further updates on its release over the coming weeks.

Update 08.20.20 // Official images of the Civilist x Nike SB Dunk Low have arrived ahead of their expected release on August 29th.

In other Dunk news, the CO.JP “Samba” reissue is arriving on August 21st.

Civilist x Nike SB Dunk Low

Style Code: CZ5123-001
Color: Black/Black-Black
Release Date: August 29th, 2020

Where to Buy:
Nike SNKRS
StockX
Stadium Goods
GOAT

 

 

 

Update 08.16.20 // Detailed product and on-foot shots of the Civilist x Nike SB Dunk Low have arrived courtesy of @yankeekicks. A release date for the collaboration is yet to be specified.

 

 

 

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