Original Story (04/27/20): Following news that the Nike Dunk will be getting a remix this year from Korean streetwear retailer Kasina, additional reports indicate that a stateside retailer will also be getting their own Dunk collab.

Bodega, founded in Boston in 1996, will be teaming up with Nike to release two versions of the Nike Dunk High. From what we know, one will come in a Sail, Multicolor, Birch, and Rustic color scheme while the other will be a premium “AB” version that comes in Pearl White, Magic Ember, and Team Orange. No info on what “AB” stands for just yet.

The Bodega x Nike Dunk High and Dunk High AB is expected to arrive this Holiday season. Stay tuned to Modern Notoriety for updates on this release.

Bodega x Nike Dunk High
Color: Sail/Multicolor-Birch-Rustic
Style Code: CZ8125-100
Release Date: Holiday 2020
Price: $120 USD

Bodega x Nike Dunk High AB
Color: Fauna Brown/Rustic-Velvet Brown-Multicolor
Style Code: CZ8125-200
Release Date: Holiday 2020
Price: $120 USD

Update (12/14/20): Official images of Bodega x Nike Dunk High “Fauna Brown” are in. On the inside of the tongue we see the words “Hidden In Plain Sight,” Bodega’s motto that nods to the “secret” retailer’s front as an actual bodega. A stash pocket is also seen inside the tongue. Grab a look below and stay tuned for release info which should arrive within the next few days.

Update (10/23/20): Here’s a better look at the “Fauna Brown” Bodega x Nike Dunk High. Image via hidden.ny/IG.

Update (10/22/20): Here’s a look at the second colorway of the Bodega x Nike Dunk High. This one comes in a Fauna Brown, Rustic, and Velvet Brown color scheme. These also feature a tortoiseshell jewel Swoosh and decorative leather knots. Stay tuned for an official statement from Bodega and Nike for info on the inspiration behind the design.

Update (10/21/20): The first images of the Bodega x Nike Dunk High have leaked. This is the “Sail” colorway and features a jewel Swoosh on the lateral side and a Bodega stamp on the medial. Additionally, black decorative lacing is used as trimming on the ankle, heel and side panels. The scribbles on the midsole are not part of the design.

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