2020 Nike Dunk Low SP Blue Ribbon Studio

Nike Dunk Low is back this year, and more new colors will be launched in 2021. This week, we will learn about these upcoming pairs of shoes in advance, slam dunks with Nike Blue Ribbon Studio brand decoration. Blue Ribbon Sports is a name that any self-respecting Nike fan should be familiar with. It was the original brand of the Swoosh logo from 1964 to 1972. The name of the blue ribbon was cancelled and replaced by Nike, the Greek goddess of victory. Since then, the name of the blue ribbon has almost disappeared from Nike’s history, although in recent years it has begun to reappear as the Swoosh logo embraces nostalgia and celebrates the key moment of the brand’s 54 years. This week, we will pay attention to a new Dunk Low SP ahead of time. It will celebrate Nike’s Blue Ribbon Studio, a manufacturer’s laboratory located at Nike’s Portland headquarters, where employees can enjoy their creativity and use laser cutting. Computers, 3D printers, etc., make creativity look new. This homage to the studio itself applied some rather wild color blocks to the dunk lower of the canvas upper, which seems to be cut from scrap materials covered by various graphics. Although they look very random, in fact, the shoes are symmetrical.

Recently, at JustFreshKicks, we learned more about the situation during the holiday season, and the Jordan brand launched a new Air Jordan 9 “University Blue”. Recently, as multiple Jordan silhouettes have surfaced in brand-new color schemes, the leak has been very serious. Air Jordan 9 has also joined this frenzy, and the design of the new version looks effortlessly based on earlier physical models. Thanks to our friend zsnakerheadz, we have a detailed model to see what happens, and if the official pair looks like this, we will get a good treat. Wearing white, black and college blue, most shoes are white leather, while black covers the fenders, toes and heels. University Blue is expected to create the Air Jordan brand on the tongue, midsole and heel.

It seems that the NBA will join forces with Nike next year to launch a “patent package” that includes orange and black color schemes. As Nike Dunk High prepares for 2021, Nike seems to get some help from the NBA, with two new patent leather changes. Based on the early appearance and detailed models, fans can look forward to two new iterations, featuring white leather paneled midfoot, toe and ankle. The toes, forefoot, eye flaps, Nike Swoosh logo and heel of the two sneakers are all covered with patent leather, and the sneakers are fastened with laces. The white midsole is decorated with two versions, while the matching rubber outsole is placed below to maintain the tonal appearance. In order to consolidate the NBA partnership, an NBA stamp was used to decorate the lower ankle.

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