Nike likes to go the extra mile when it comes to naming a colorway from one popular shoe and tagging it to one of their other popular models. For example, the Nike SB Dunk High Grape borrows its swag from the infamous Air Jordan 5 Grape colorway.
The shoe is very much a Nike SB Dunk High but the side panels are the first signal that this model is hinting at something else. The perforated paneling is meant to allude to the clear netting spotted on the Air Jordan 5 and its proximity to the suede build of this shoe gives it a very interesting feel. The Grape accents come by way of a translucent teal outsole along with a purple midsole and tongue.
These shoes are available now at retailers like Premier for $125 a pair. You should also be able to find them at your local skate shop if you feel like getting some fresh air with your fresh Airs.