Last month, rumors of a Nike SB Dunk Low – ‘Space Jam’, was said to be in the works and now the rumor has officially come to an end as sample pics of the ‘Space Jam’ SB, have surfaced. Here we have a look at the SJ dunk that features patent leather panels and an icy bottom. The shoe has also been given the signature blue that can be found on the Air Jordan XI ‘Space Jam’. After the Jump, You can check out detailed images.

The Nike SB Dunk Low – ‘Space Jam’ Will be releasing this May as a QS


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  1. they should of did the tounge in the cordura material and the back in full grain leather, just like the actual AJXI's

  2. […] This is bound to get some attention. The “Space Jam” Air Jordan XI colorway and Nike SB Dunk Low silhouette are both very popular shoes within the sneakerhead community in their own right. However, nonetheless, it looks like the two will collide in a very creative Dunk Low design that takes key elements from the XI colorway. The most noticeable of those features is the black patent leather, which takes up almost all of the entirely black upper. The rest? Well, the midpanel and tongue on this Dunk Low are comprised of black mesh, paying ode to the “Space Jam” Air Jordan XI’s black mesh upper. Royal blue accents appear on the tongue tag and “NIKE” stitching on the back of the shoe. Of course, these accents refer back to the classic royal blue Jumpman on the “Space Jam” Air Jordan XI’s heel. Another more noticeable part of the “Space Jam” Dunk Low, although concerning the bottom of the shoe, and not the top, is the similar sole. Just as the “Space Jam” XI has a white midsole and a clear outsole, so the “Space Jam” Dunk Low does too. Finally, what might be the most overlooked feature on this shoe are the mesh rope laces that appear on all Air Jordan XI’s as well. Nice touch there by Nike SB! This Nike SB Dunk Low will release in May as the month’s quickstrike release. For now, you can see an array of views of the “Space Jam” Dunk Low on Modern Notoriety. […]


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