The since quite a while ago supposed The Grateful Dead-roused Nike SB Dunk Low pack has been prodded more than once in the course of recent months. Three colorways — orange, yellow, and green — had recently been disclosed on Instagram. Presently, we get an official gander at the yellow and green colorways because of Nike, while you can likewise observe the orange colorway beneath.

The tennis shoes highlight a base made of brilliantly hued calfskin and textured wool, with similarly splendid and differentiating specifying on the Swoosh and outsole. The Swoosh includes a barbed edge, repeating the Bears’ cravats and battered hide. With regards to the 420-accommodating Dead Head theory, Nike SB has incorporated a reserve pocket behind the tongue.

Every one of the three colorways include the equivalent fuzzy cosmetics, taking motivation from the psych-musical gang’s 1973 collection spread History of the Grateful Dead, Volume One (Bear’s Choice), and the adapted moving bears that graced it. The orange pair will be elite to San-Fran skate shop FTC, while the other two colorways will be discharged through Nike SNKRS and select skate shops around the world.

“As the band’s benefactor, Bear was an incredibly huge part of the Grateful Dead’s ability to become who they were,” said David Lemieux, the band’s historian and heritage administrator. “They were talented musicians, but they would not have had the financial freedom to forgo jobs, move to Los Angeles and practice for 14 hours a day. The band wouldn’t become what it is today without Bear’s innovations and contributions. The same fiercely independent spirit from Bodecker helped create that authenticity within the skate community.”