Nike Dunk High Heels “Blue Recall”
Nike Heels Blue Recall is among those select few Nike high heels colors that emerges only to be used exceedingly sparingly, to the point where it might be a couple of years between releases
and there’s only a handful on record. It’s possible this could change in the near future, though, because on the heels of a Stefan Janoski signature release comes a
look at a new style shared in common between his Nike SB label and the Swoosh’s Sportswear division. In turn, this upcoming Nike Dunk High has its belly Swoosh in
common with fellow NSW classic b-ball cornerstone the Blazer, but unlike earlier AC drops, these ‘Be True’ to the OG sole. And for the last info pivot, note that
this style is distinct from the Prize Blue edition that just touched down in Europe, proof that we’ll be seeing more of both Blue Recall and the Blazer-Swooshed Dunk
High here in the near future.
After the UNC Tarheels played in the “Blue Camo” colorway last night, we see official images of the Air Jordan Heels XX8 “Green Camo”. ?The divisive shroud is covered in
green hues, while the shank plate and midsole remain black. The white outsole is different from the translucent sole on the ?Blue Camo,? but the inner portion keeps
the electric green coloring similar to other colorways we have seen. The ?Green Camo? XX8 will release on Saturday, February 16. Where does this rank with the
colorways we have seen so far?
Nike High Heels SB has thoroughly explored the possibilities of the ‘Tiffany’ palette in recent years. The first follow-up to Diamond Supply Co’s monumental 2005
collaboration was a 2006 Dunk High SB colored and insole-graphic’d by longtime SB contributor Todd Bratrud. The black/soft blue color scheme is so perfect we even
got a ‘Send Help’ Mid, but now the concept takes an unexpected turn. The Nike Dunk Heels High ’Send Help II’ mixes black suede, purple Elephant and off-white leather
atop a lime outsole. It’s an eye-catching combo made all the more attention grabbing thanks to the nickname on the heels, and you can see more of this holiday 2013
release after the jump.