The Powerpuff Girls x Nike SB Dunk Low "Blossom"

The Powerpuff Girls x Nike SB Dunk Low "Blossom"

Nike SB x Powerpuff girl until recently were only an "urban legend" and nothing was known about them for good. , By the way, in the last article about Nike SB x Powerpuff Girl in EKICKS magazine, we mentioned that no collaboration has been confirmed by Nike.

Today the situation has changed diametrically because we already have pictures of the pre-premiere Nike SB x powerpuff girl in the "Blossom" colorway.

So plunge with us into the upcoming colorful Nike Dunks Low in collaboration with Powerpuff Girl by Cartoon Network. 

The Nike sb x powerpuff girl "Blossom" closer look 

The Powerpuff Girls x Nike SB Dunk Low "Blossom"

The whole thing will be based on the Dunk Low model in Nike SB's legendary skater line. The shape of this model will give the shoe a more massive and solid look, as well as more comfort thanks to the thickened tongue.

The Nike SB x powerpuff girl will be made from high-quality leather and nubuck, which in the case of the "Blossom" colorway will be dyed in a pink shade that alludes to the cartoon character herself. However, the most happening is on the back, where on the back panels we can see huge embroidered pink eyes, which of course refer to "Blossom" itself, as well as give the release an incredible energy. Under the eyes, we also notice a small embroidered smile. As for the more hidden details, we won't see boredom on the inserts either. On the left insert we can see a motif of onomatopoeic sound effects, which convey comic book vibrations, and on the right one - our chief antagonist "Mojo Jojo".

As of this moment not much is known about The Powerpuff Girls x Nike SB Dunk Low "Blossom" or the two remaining Nike x Powerpuff Girls colorways, the only thing we know is that they are due out this December along with the Friends and Families (F&F) edition.

Since you're here, you should be interested in Crenshaw Skate Club's Nike SB Dunk Collab - Closer Look.


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