Want to learn how to customize Nike Dunks? If you like the idea of being able to create your own personalized sneakers the NikeId tool will help you design your own custom Nike Dunks.
Visit the Nike.com website's Nikeid page. From here, select Nike Dunks and select your preferred style. Nike Dunks are available in low tops, high tops and in premium or standard versions.
Decide on a style. Don't let the colors in the sample images fool you. Though you might not want yellow and pink high-top sneakers, it's the style to you need to select at this point. Everything else, including the soles, uppers, laces, fabrics and textures can be changed. The prices range from $110 to $135. Click on the image of your preferred style.
- Design your custom Nike Dunks. Begin designing the product by either clicking "Start Blank" or scroll through the design gallery underneath the image of the large rotating shoe. Rather than randomly throwing colors, textures and fabrics together, take a look at what the design gallery offers. You can select a design similar to what you hand in mind, and make further customisation adjustment from there.
Highlight the parts of the show that you want to change. Scroll over the parts of the shoe that you want to change until it becomes highlighted. For example, scroll over the Nike "Swoosh" logo until it's highlighted and a small pop-up icon appears (it would read "Swoosh"). Click this to change the material (options include leather, patent, suede etc.).
- Order your Nike Dunks. After selecting the material, decide on a color and click the corresponding color block. Do this to any and all parts of the shoe that you want to change. After completing your custom designed Nike Dunks, select your size from the floating sidebar on the right hand side of the page. When you're ready, click "add to cart" and buy your personalized Nike Dunks.
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