Nike SB Dunk Low \"Street Hawker\" to release on January 13th | lm.ee

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 Nike Shoes, Designed by Guangzhou artist Jason Deng, the Nike SB Dunk Low "Street Hawker" gives big props to the bonding effect food culture has in China. Above, a watercolor painting from Deng shows the design inspiration: six regional dishes from six Chinese cities, combined with a slew of other, subtly-incorporated nods to Chinese cuisine. What connects this pair to the Year of the Ox celebrations are the Chinese characters embroidered on the heel tab along with a token stamped on the sides. The mismatched look continues on the sock liner, insoles, and outsole.

Buy The Sneaker, Shortly after this month's "Holiday Special" colorway from Sean Cliver, Nike Skateboarding will look ahead to 2021's Chinese New Year celebrations with the next SB Dunk Low release. Starting with the left, it uses a lighter beige for three flour-based dishes. The suede toebox mimics the color and texture of green bean soup (Douzhi) from Beijing. Donut (Jiaoquan) patterns on the forefoot pair with the green bean soup. Embossed suede on the lateral side shows shredded pita bread pieces for a traditional Xi’an dish: pita bread soaked in mutton soup. That mutton soup is represented in water-color patterns across the lateral side. The Swoosh is depicted in a wood-grain texture to represent chopsticks. On the lateral heel, water-color fading looks like Shanghai plain noodles, also called Yangchun noodles.
Jordan Release 2020, From Nike SB Dunks to Air Force 1s, some Nikes have skyrocketed so much in value that they are more comparable in price to cars than other sneakers. A lot of the expected releases made the list, but others were a surprise. You'll be shocked to find out what topped their list. Shaved ice and taro balls — a common Taipei dessert — can be found on the heel counter. The insole paints the scene of a bench terrace, a landscaping method used to grow rice paddies. The collar lining reflects the color of meat dishes. The yellow outsole represents cooking oils. An embroidered 10-cent copper coin appears on the lateral heel, hinting at Yangchun noodles. The left insole resembles a blue sky, inspired by traditional Chinese slang implying that people treat food as their heaven. The blue lining of the left midsole mimics the blue-and-white of fine porcelain bowls.

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