Nike has joined up with Grateful Dead rock icons of the ’60s to create one of their loudest Dunks ever. The collab consists of three ultra-bright, purple, black, and green Nike SB Dunk Low colorways, both of which make reference to the band’s 1973 album History of the Grateful Dead, Volume One (Bear’s Choice) and its artwork.

Plush faux fur covers the bulk of the upper shoe and is paired with tonal suede plates. Information begin with a bear badge on the tongue and insole, while an electronic Swoosh graces either side with the jagged edge seen in the branding tradition of the Grateful Dead.

Seeing that the Nike SB Dunk has more than a moment right now — on the back of many big-ticket launches like the Dior partnership and Ben & Jerry’s colorway — it’s about time you got your hands on this pair of Nike SB Dunk Lows, if you might. We’ve picked out few items in which we would recommend wearing them.

Check out some of the designs we’ve picked out below:

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Tie-Dye & Graphic Tees

Choosing tie-dye or a bright graphic shirt in true Deadhead theme is sure to go perfectly with the Nike SB Dunk Low neon theme. Noise will also only suit noise, rather than muted, and this is definitely one of those instances. So taking it back to the ’60s with a tripped-out ensemble of Needles, Kapital, and Ceramics Online loves.


Denim, the true equalizer, is just as perfect for the rock & roll world as it is for country, blues , jazz and just about every other cultural subculture. It just happens that by bringing a sound that combined aspects of all those genres, the Grateful Dead made their mark. Keep it traditional with a Levi’s denim top, and make sure the Grateful Dead know all too well it has that effortlessly chic distressed look.


Enhance the eye-catching light with a ’60s-style pair of shades. The psychedelic rock world basically invented sunglasses, right? And with those choices, pay homage to the forefathers.

Finishing Touches

Don’t be shy to get your style accessorised. Wearing as loud a pair of sneakers as these encourage more loudness, as we described, and accessories do offer the ideal chance to double on your Grateful Dead credits. But let’s be honest, you probably haven’t heard music from the team. We’ve added a vinyl as such to keep you up to date.