Polaroids used to be THE way of expressing yourself, the go-to manner to take pictures. Before the hype, before social media, before smartphones took over, Polaroids were the go-to way to create lasting memories and remember special occasions. Suddenly, they are making the comeback of the century, with every influencer looking to make their photos seem Polaroid-ish, or even scanning actual polaroid-taken photos.
Similarly, the Nike Dunk was the go-to sneaker before the shoe game took over with Yeezys and Jordans. They are making a similar comeback, having regained their status as the most popular silhouette on the current market. It just seems appropriate to combine these two phenomena, which have regained their status after drowning in competition.
The Nike SB Dunk Low Polaroid features a black upper, with a white heel forming a diagonal margin on the side. The swoosh pays hommage to the camera's technology, with a triple-layered swoosh consisting of the RGB colors found in traditional films (and Polaroid's logo).
A wholesome take on the combination of two everlasting giants that have established a return in their specific industry.