Nike SB Dunk High “Walk The Dog” Releasing On 4/20: Official Details

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Nike celebrating the unofficial holiday with some new Dunks.

4/20 has become a special day not only for all the weed smokers of the world, but also for the Nike SB Dunk fanatics.

Nike has made a habit of rolling out a special edition pair of Dunks on "Weed Day," and that trend will continue tomorrow, April 20. This time around, Nike is honoring the dog walkers of the world with a special edition colorway of the Nike SB Dunk High.

Nike SB Dunk High “Walk The Dog” Releasing On 4/20: Official Details
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Per Nike:

Whether you prefer a feisty Chihuahua or restful Labrador, all dog lovers can appreciate this canine-friendly colorway. “Walk the Dog” arrives with a variety of dog hair patterns to represent different breeds while the suede mimics grass on the upper. A reimagined swoosh takes inspiration from leash material and a dog bone hangtag engraved with the name “Sparky” sways on the heel.

Brown color blocking on the translucent outsole symbolizes stepping on dog poop, and the sockliner features Nike employee’s dogs on an all-over graphic. For additional personalization, you can switch out the white laces for brown laces that come in a “doggy bag.”

The special edition kicks, retailing for $110, will be available thru Nike SNKRS, and in-store at select retailers, starting at 10am ET.

Continue scrolling for some additional images of the Nike SB Dunk High "Walk The Dog."

Nike SB Dunk High “Walk The Dog” Releasing On 4/20: Official Details
Nike SB Dunk High "Walk The Dog"/Premier

Nike SB Dunk High "Walk The Dog"/Premier

Nike SB Dunk High "Walk The Dog"/Premier

Nike SB Dunk High "Walk The Dog"/Premier

Nike SB Dunk High "Walk The Dog"/Premier

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