Born and raised on the Navajo Nation in North Arizona, Di’Orr Greenwood is a renowned skateboarder. Having skated for the legendary Patti McGee’s OGBetty, Apache Skateboards, Propel Skate Academy and Las ChicAZ, she is also a skateboarding instructor in both Southern California and Phoenix, Arizona. Combining her creativity with her love for skateboarding, Di’Orr Greenwood is also known for her one-of-a-kind indigenous skateboard designs. From graphic designing to native cedar wood flute making, her Navajo roots always inform her work. Her latest creative endeavor brings her to work on a Nike SB Dunk High collaboration. Bringing her vision to life, the upcoming shoe is a nod to her roots and skateboarding background.

Her collaboration on the SB Dunk High sees a bold use of colors for a lively set of hues. Using turquoise blue and rugged orange to highlight the side panels, the SB Dunk model also features a Decon-inspired design. Exposing the foam tongues and featuring a slimmer ankle collar, the details complement the multicolored accents across the hell, tongue and sole. The shoes insoles feature a graphic of the Arizona valleys an desert landscape, as a reminder of home. Her name is seen adorned on the tongue tags while the shoe sits atop a white midsole and black, gold and turquoise rubber outsole.

Look out for the Di’orr Greenwood x Nike SB Dunk High hitting the shelves and online at Nike this summer for $145 USD.

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