Aside from appearing on the Kyrie 3 early last year, the theme of Nike's fictional Roswell Rayguns team hasn't been seen since it was referenced in 2013's "Area 72" All-Star Weekend collection. That will soon change with a more literal reinterpretation of the original "Rayguns" Dunk, which has been redesigned with as a homage to late SB pioneer Sandy Bodecker.
Thanks to nikesbornothing and lil_john310, we're getting a good look at an upcoming tie-dye take on the famed "Raygun" SB Dunk Low. According to the early info, the tie-dye motif was inspired by a similar Rayguns hoodie often worn by Bodecker. The sneaker swaps the solid yellow and orange rear and mid-panels for streaky, tie-dye patterns. Along with the black-based pair, the tie-dye "Raygun" SB Dunk Low will release in a white variation, which is also pictured below.
These pairs are expected to drop before the end of the year, and the black colorway will also be available in kid's sizing. Check back soon for more details.
UPDATE (12/20): With the tie-dye Nike SB Dunk Low "Raygun" rumored to release this month, here's an official look at both colorways. The "Black" pair will launch via SNKRS on Dec. 28 but the release info pertaining to the "White" iteration has yet to surface.