It's almost Friday, June 12, 2020, which means it's almost time for the release of the Nike Dunk SB Low Pro Heineken 2003. A sneaker that we have had to wait for some time, but it is finally that time.It's not the first colorway Nike will bring us this year on the Dunk Low model. Earlier this year we also saw the "Syracuse" and "Kentucky" colorways appear and now it is time for the "University Red" colorway. Also, the "University Red" colorway resembles the "St. Johns 2005 colorway.
Jordan 1 Mid Lightbulb's lasting impression is seen beyond the art world. In 2018, his iconic frog mural, loved by the city of Austin, spurred the launch of the Hi, How Are You project, a one-day initiative that has grown into a movement in its own right. In March 2019, another Austin instaitution, No Comply Skate, which is celebrating its 13th anniversary, paid tribute to Johnston’s work with a two-pair Vans collaboration with great fanfare, the proceeds collected being donated directly to the organization. Johnston's untimely death later in 2019, who suffered from mental health issues himself, inspired the mission to move forward - underscoring the importance of the second collaborative capsule that was teased for the first time earlier this year.
Since last week’s protests against racism and Jordan 1 Low GS Pink Corduroy were more important, several sneaker brands have found it more appropriate to postpone some of their releases. Colors such as the Yeezy 350 "Zyon" and the "Blue Oat" 380 have been postponed for an entire month, unlike others such as the Hare 6 and the Jordan 3 "Animal Instinct 2.0" which have been moved to this coming weekend. For other major releases under the aegis of Beaverton, the Sportswear division makes its debut in the University Red Dunks, and the Space Hippie collection finally gets its official launch. On the Jumpman side, the Jordan 1 "Tie Dye" for women, as well as the "Top 3" Jordan 5 are each released through certain European retailers. For the Three Stripes, the SPEZIAL collection