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The Nike Dunks Low Pro SB – Gold Rail is one of the Low Nike Dunk products, other similar products being the likes of the Nike Dunk Low SB ‘What the Dunk’ Second Revolution, the Nike Dunk SB EMB 181 Brazil, the Nike Dunk SB Low Custom Pigeon, among many others. Of all these Nike Dunks Low products (and there are quite a good number of them), it is the Nike Dunks Low that I have gotten most enchanted with, since I got the first opportunity to use it quite some time ago.
One of the most remarkable things about the Nike Dunks Low is Nike’s employment of color on it. True, only two colors, dark blue and cream come out prominently on it, but the way Nike contrasts them (with the blue coming out on most of the shoe’s upper body, and with the cream only coming out on the shoe’s Nike Tick, tongue and ‘front patch’) nonetheless makes for a rather interesting contrast. And although the colors on the Nike Dunks SB – Gold Rail might come across as rather loud when worn with some types of outfits (which can be an alluring feature for some of us anyway), they can similarly come across as quite modest when worn with something like a blue jeans trouser, where they tend to merge remarkably well. The lower region of the sole of The Nike Dunks Low Pro SB – Gold Rail is painted cream, with the upper region of it, the region where it connects with the shoe’s upper body being painted black, which contrasts remarkably well with the (mainly blue) shoe’s upper bodywork.
As would be expected of a low dunk, the Nike Dunks Pro SB – Gold Rail is more or less a flat shoe, though there is a rather gentle height gradient on the middle part of it (immediately after the region where the toes go in), but even this does not really rise very high: making The Nike Pro SB – Gold Rail the ideal shoe for you if you really abhor those very tall shoes.
The sole on the Nike Pro SB – Gold Rail is quite thick though, but also quite flexible, which means that one can reasonably expect some durability out of it, as thick but flexible soles are regarded as the most resilient of all varieties.
For putting the shoe together, Nike has designed a shoe-lace mechanism, but not a very short one, as you would expect on a shoe of this modest size. In total, the Nike Dunks Low Pro SB – Gold Rail comes with some 7 or so pairs of shoelace holes (14 individual holes, that is), although you do of course have the option of not lacing some of these. By default, and to match with the rest of the shoe’s color-work, the shoe laces on the Nike Low Pro SB – Gold Rail come in the same dark blue hue that adorn the rest of the shoe’s body.
write by Howard Malan