Nike SB Dunk Low
Metallic Copper/Light Silver-Pueblo Brown-Metallic Silver
Striped Box Era
From noodles to hot pot, skaters from New York to Beijing fuel their sessions with nosh from “Hawkers,” or Chinese street food vendors. Artist Jason Deng created watercolor paintings representing 6 different regional dishes from 6 Chinese cities and combined them alongside a whole mess of other hidden nods to Chinese food to make a Dunk that brings the sweet, the sour and everything else.
From a brown swoosh that represents chopsticks to an embroidered coin on the heel to pay for the meal, the Street Hawker Dunk comes fresh out of the kitchen with mad flavor.
6 Cities - 6 Foods
Beijing – Bean curd milk & Fried Circle, Chengdu – Hot Pot, Xi’An – Pita bread soaked in lamb soup, Shanghai – Plain noodles, Guangzhou – Roasted goose, Taipei – Shaved ice with taro balls.
In China, street food vendors known as “hawkers” play a vital role in sustaining a skate diet, so we ventured to Guangzhou and Chengdu to sample the perfect spots and equally tasty hot pots for the launch of the Street Hawker Dunk Low. Featuring Che Lin, Xi Gua, Xiang Tian Yi, CK, Mouse, Brandon, and Benjamin Mullinkosson.