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After first linking up for an Air Force 1 in 2019, New Yeezy Boost 2020 are continuing their collaborative relationship with a new take on Nike‘s Dunk High dubbed the “Pigeon Fury.” Accompanied by special hoodies and masks, SBTG and Staple’s high-cut Dunk will only be available via raffle and boasts familiar motifs from both brands.Nike Dunk High "Pigeon Fury" are built from supple gray suede, with a signature detail arriving via SBTG’s camouflage print on the lateral and medial Swooshes. Though the Swooshes provide the most dashing pop of flair, they’re far from the only notable tweaks. Custom tongue badges and lace deubres combine SBTG and Staple branding, with heels split between Staple’s pigeon graphic on the right foot and SBTG’s Arabic spellout on the left foot — both done in orange-pink. Intentionally yellowed tongues and midsoles round off the look. On the apparel front, the hoodie arrives in black and places a large embroidered pigeon graphic on its chest, done up in SBTG’s camo pattern to match the shoes. Masks arrive in a two-pack of grey and pink with solid crossbones and camo outlines adding flair.
Apart from Latest Jordan 2020 high-tech build and striking new mid-cut silhouette, the LeBron 18 is digging deep into storytelling with its first four colorways. The “Empire Jade” is inspired by the Chinese emperor’s stamp and features a special tassel. As its name indicates, the “Multicolor” provides a vibrant assemblage of hues atop a crisp black base. “Los Angeles by Day” offers a sandy upper with sunny City of Angels-centric detailing on the heel, and “Reflections” nods to significant moments in the King’s career with a special printed graphic plus gold details.The Nike LeBron 18 “Empire Jade” will kick off the launch slate with a Greater China-exclusive release on September 21, with the “Multicolor” arriving in Greater China on September 24, then globally October 9. “Los Angeles By Day” will release globally November 6, and “Reflections” will arrive later in the year. Where to Buy Ray-Ban Glasses All will be available on Nike SNKRS, and retail prices have yet to be announced.