The Nike SB Dunk Low “VX1000 Camcorder” is debuting overseas this weekend and its aesthetic derives from the handheld VX1000 camcorder which the skating community utilized while filming their sessions back in the early ’90s.

Essentially replicating the color scheme of the Sony DCR-VX1000 camcorder via a grey and black finish, the camcorder element is further evidenced via the words “PEAK,” “REC LEVEL,” “WHT BAL,” and “SHUTTER SPEED” prominent on the black rear overlays to reflect the settings. Additionally, “CONTROL” is embedded onto the Swoosh followed by “PLAYER” on the quarter panel. Finally, red and yellow top eyelets invokes the record buttons, while mint leather heels, a white midsole and smokey translucent outsole round out the design.

Look for the Nike SB Dunk Low “VX1000 Camcorder” at select Nike stockists in Asia/Europe on February 20. Stay tuned for its stateside release date. Always keep it locked to KicksOnFire for the latest in sneaker news, release dates and where to purchase your favorite kicks.

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