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nike trainers womens sale “Tokyo” back in 2004's City Pack despite over 10,000 raffle tickets being purchased in a chance to secure a pair, but the impression the shoe left was definitely a memorable one. The City Pack will forever be remembered for the insane lines, campouts, and sneakerheads even hopping on international flights to complete their collection. But with a limited run of the clean white canvas and gum outsoled Dunk, many were left empty-handed. Now it looks like Nike SB is doing something about it over a decade later as a white/gum combination returns. The branding is left on the heel and tongue (unlike the Tokyo release of past that left them blank in a nod to the shoe truly being a black canvas). This shoe is by no means a true and through retro, but it's nice to see the aesthetic return in time for summer. Check out a full look below.

Grab your hoverboards and get ready for the latest volume into the Back to the Future and Nike Mag inspired sneaker colorways, the nike trainers womens uk “Marty McFly”. Oh wait, hoverboards still don't exist, so you'll still have to use these for skateboarding—not that anybody that will buy them will actually wear them to skate in. Anyways, we still don't have an exact release date for the Nike Mag colored Dunks, but we now know for sure they'll be releasing in May. You can either invent a time machine and go into the future to learn the exact release date, or just stay tuned to Sneaker News for the info whenever it's available because we'll be the first to let you know.

The word on the street is that these are the next 420 weed-inspired edition of the nike trainers womens cheap for the now annual April release, but we're having trouble figuring out exactly what the inspiration is at this point. With an acid-wash marbled blue upper, subtle rasta stripes at the heel, and graphic insoles that appear to feature a buckle, our best guess is that this unique edition of the Dunk Low is inspired by hippie backpacks, an essential carrying device for your bong and hacky sack. Speaking of hacky sacks, last year's 420 celebration from Nike SB featured a whole set of hacky sack inspired sneakers, so perhaps we'll see other models on the horizon with a coinciding look to these mysterious Dunks. Another idea floating around about the colorway is that it mimics smoke in a water bong. Get a good look at them here and let us know if you can deduce any specific colorway inspiration. Then be on the look out for them soon at select Nike SB retailers right around the pothead holiday.
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