These new Nike SB Dunk Low Pro E are part of Nike’s “Move to Zero” pledge to become more environmentally conscious.
Sustainability has become a core component of the sneaker industry.
With its “Move to Zero” initiative, Nike is pledging to become more environmentally conscious. The new Nike SB Dunk Low Pro E is part of its new sustainability-focused generation of sneakers.
The sneaker was first revealed by Eric Koston. It features a Crater sole and uses less dye and more recycled materials than the regular model.
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There is no specific date announced for the release of this environmentally-conscious version of the Nike SB Dunk Low. However, following the success of the consciously-designed “Community Gardens” Nike SB Dunk Low last month, we are guessing this trend is here to stay.
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