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Near and dear to enjoyoffersale.com their hearts, FRAME’s upcoming collaboration with Nike SB, the Dunk Low “Habibi,” is a celebration of love — love for skateboarding, sneakers, and the city they call home. And to better honor such a milestone, the retailer has introduced a number of experiential elements, including a pixel flash game centered around the playable skaters Falco and Pearl.

In terms of design, the silhouette is bold and fitting of the very first SB collaboration in the middle east. A dual layer of swooshes mark the side in two tones of green, the nike sneakers womens black outer dark in its textured leathers while the corduroy underneath shines much lighter. Adjacent, the overlay dress in a candy red in match of the patterned laces, while white neutrals cover widespread across the collar, quarter, toe box, and tongue, the latter of which is paired up with a second, black layer just below.

Since Nike officially unveiled their Move to Zero initiative, the brand has pushed sustainability throughout every one of their umbrella labels. And nike sb dunk low frame skate habibi just as Jordan Brand and inline releases have donned the Crater namesake, Nike SB is soon to follow suit, revealing an alluring and recycled take of what is now the Dunk Low Pro Eco. Though not the first time the silhouette has used reprocessed materials — see the “Community Garden” from last month — the Dunk Low Crater is certainly the most overt as it bears the imperfection-heavy Nike Grind construction across its entire tread.

Scraps of light blue, white, and various neutrals are seen throughout, their shades loosely complementing that of the upper whose canvas under layer and Check out robust leather overlays are also the product of reused “trash.” These fixtures are dressed in a muted grey and dark navy, respectively, while the laces and contrast stitch atop the lace unit lighten with a more saturated blue. Tongues, though of the SB family, are thin like the rest of the collar adjacent, both effectively decreasing the necessary amount of resources.