Exclusive: The Black Nike ‘Pigeon’ Dunk Releases This Week

In February 2005, Reed Space founder and renowned designer Jeff Staple delivered a sneaker icon: the Nike “Pigeon” Dunk SB Low. Twelve years later, he has created a follow-up look with Nike that will become a grail to a new generation of sneakerheads.
Arriving tomorrow is a new Nike “Pigeon” Dunk SB Low — which has been teased by Staple on social media for weeks — executed with a black upper paired with hits of pink. The new must-have shoe will be sold at the Reed Space pop-up shop on Orchard Street in New York’s Lower East Side neighborhood. (It’s located at 125B Orchard Street, where Extra Butter temporarily moved to renovate its longtime storefront.)
The limited-edition sneaker will retail for $110. The pop-up opens at 11 a.m. ET.
“Some kids want the [Dunk] High, some kids abhorred the High. Some kids say, ‘Bring back the OG,’ and some say, ‘Don’t touch the OG,’” Staple explained to Footwear News. “How do you make everyone happy? You can’t. So we did what we wanted to do.”
Staple said after roughly three years of discussion, he and Jesse Leyva, senior creative director of Nike SB and ACG, worked together to create a gritty new look sneaker fans would

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