The Reverse Goldenrod Dunks Beat the Pollen Jordan with Buzz-ier Vibes
This color combo is no stranger, ya’ll. We’ve seen a bunch of kicks with these black and yellow vibes, and more than a few. From the Jordan 4 “Lightning” colorway to the hot Pollen AJ1, along with a few Mids and Lows, too. It just seems that this theme is in vogue. And now it’s time for the Nike SB to tackle this colorway just right with the release of the Reverse Goldenrod Dunks. But before we tell you where you can buy these Nikes, hop on and read more for a virtual Maize tour.
Reverse Goldenrod Dunks: Same, Same, But Different …
The OG Goldenrod is a hight-top SB Dunk that’s equally street and skate. That’s how we like it, peeps. We know this pair could pass as a Michigan Dunk, but that ain’t what it’s about. The design of this shoe goes back to the ‘85s’ “Be True to Your School” Dunk pack. This pair, though, has an opposite color blocking, thus the name. Although the Reverse Goldenrod Dunks are very similar to the OG, there are several details that were tweaked for this skate-style drop. Other than the colors being flipped, the material on this shoe is different, too. This shoe dumped the usual smooth leather for some new soft suedes. And we actually love it. Some other aspects that changed on this shoe include the mesh tongues, a lower profile sole unit, and the addition of some Zoom Air cushioning. And this is quite enough for you to cop this pair, even if you already own a bee-looking Dunk or Jordan.
More Details About the Looks
Uppers are dressed in a two-tone soft nubuck. The “Goldernrod” yellow hits the toebox, quarters, collars and tongues of this pair. A Stark black tone strikes the shoe at the Swooshes, mudguards, eyestays, midfoot and heels, contrasting with the yellow color. Branding lands on this shoe via a black and yellow SB tag on the tongues in the same color combination. The shoe is elevated through a white midsole and a black outsole that completes the look.
Release and Cop info
Nike SB Dunk High “Reverse Goldenrod” will release on July 3 for $120 USD.
These Reverse Goldenrod Dunks are worth your dollars, fam. Why? Check out the resale price of this 2008 Varsity Maize Dunk Low. $582 bucks for a pair that retailed for $100. Noe that’s pretty awesome. But we know, it ain’t 2008 no more. And copping just one pair nowadays won’t do us much. So, a good example here is the Dunk High Varsity Maize from last year. The pair dropped in December for $120, and is reselling today for $202. Even the Volt University Gold that dropped earlier this year isn’t doing bad at all on StockX. So, if these Reverse Goldenrod Dunks follow in their mates’ footsteps, as we’re expect, you’d be one lucky copper. A few of these kicks will fill your pockets in no time, just the way you like it.
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