Customers can choose between three base materials (suede, mesh, and canvas), a bevy of colors, as well as three different material choices for the predominant Swoosh featured on the upper. Of course, it wouldn’t be a NikeiD sneaker if you weren’t allowed to add your name – or any other word/number combination of your choosing (no curse words allowed, of course) – to the shoe’s heel area. With these options, you can recreate the extra-dope Nike SB Dunk Low “Koston” (which I’ve attempted to do below), or go with a completely different creation of your own. That, my friends, is the beauty of NikeiD: limitless possibilities! Ok, “limitless” might be a stretch, but still… you get my drift.
Hit the jump for a look at some possible combinations (you can even use one if you like, free of charge!), and head over to Nike.com now to create your own pair (here), for $120.
Via Eric Koston (Twitter); Images via Nike.com