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Staple x Nike SB Dunk “Panda Pigeon” Releasing Next Week


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Brand: Staple x Nike SB

Model: Dunk Low

Key Features: The gray inner Swoosh matches the gray leather of the original 2005 release. The sole also references the 2005 release with newspaper articles documenting the riot that occurred.

Release Date: Between January 12 and 25, depending on location. Check the hand-written release info in the Instagram post below for details.

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🐦 RELEASE INFO 🐼

A post shared by jeffstaple (@jeffstaple) on Jan 4, 2019 at 4:24pm PST

Price: TBC

Buy: Depending on the date, Shanghai & Chengdu stores, “SYL” (support your local) skate shops, Extra Butter in-store, the SNKRS app, and StaplePigeon.com. The two Chinese stores will have China-exclusive apparel, and Extra Butter and StaplePigeon.com will have an exclusive Wood Box.

Editor’s Notes: Jeff Staple’s original Pigeon Nike SB Dunk was released in 2005 and, to this day, is still one of the most significant sneaker release events in history. A black version followed in 2017, and now Staple and Nike SB are set to follow up that release with yet another Pigeon Dunk.

The third Pigeon Dunk was initially teased by Staple on his Instagram account back in December. Originally only a sample, fans clamored for a release of the “Panda Pigeon” Dunk.

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Sample approved … Here we go! ✔️

A post shared by jeffstaple (@jeffstaple) on Dec 20, 2018 at 5:12pm PST

An homage to Staple’s Chinese roots, hence “Panda” in the name, the 2019 model features a black and white upper with a pigeon embroidered on the heel. As previously mentioned, the gray inner Swoosh is a reference to the original 2005 colorway.

“Sample Not For Resell” is written on the lining, with “Sample” stylized as “Staple.” Neon green laces and Nike branding on the tongue and heel complete the shoe, along with a green insole printed with a pigeon and bamboo design.

Will you be copping the “Panda Pigeon” Dunks? Let us know in the comments.

Next, read about how the Nike SB Dunk range kickstarted sneaker culture here.



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