It’s no secret that the Nike SB team owes much of its recent success to the SB Dunk Low as the silhouette shines on thanks to its many in-line colorways and sought-after collaborations. While the brand continues to expand its offerings of new silhouettes with looks like the SB Vertebrae and SB Ishod 2 hitting shelves this year, it would seem that the skate division is set to revisit the model that started it all — the Dunk Low Pro B.

As noted in our timeline of the Dunk and SB Dunk back in 2021, the Dunk Low Pro B was introduced in 1999 with a new padded mesh tongue, elastic straps and extra padding elsewhere — benefitting skaters with its supportive build. With it quickly gaining popularity amongst sneakerheads, the Dunk Low Pro B evolved into the SB Dunk Low that we know and love today, ushering in the Sandy Bodecker-led Nike SB line.

While the SB Dunk Low remains a key part of the brand’s offerings each season, the surfacing of a modern Dunk Low Pro B sample points to an imminent reissue of the OG style. In our brief preview of the “Parachute Beige” colorway, it notably sports the silhouette’s shape with a tongue tag carrying Nike SB branding. Its signature light brown hue covers a majority of the sneaker in suede while a complementary off-white hits the stitched midsole and a gum outsole rounds things out.

At the time of writing, the Nike SB team has not shared any details pointing to the return of the Dunk Low Pro B next year. However, it remains anticipated to touch down on shelves next spring via Nike SNKRS and select skate shops at a starting price of $125 USD.

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