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Di'Orr Greenwood is a well-known skateboarder who grew up on the Navajo Nation in northern Arizona. She is a skateboard instructor in Phoenix, Arizona and Southern California. She has skated for Propel Skate Academy, OGBetty, Apache Skateboards and Las ChicAZ. The famous Patti McGee is one of his former employers. Di'Orr Greenwood, who loves skateboarding and is creative, is also well known for her unique indigenous skateboard designs. Her Navajo heritage influences everything she does, from graphic design to making flutes from native cedar wood. She is currently working on a Nike SB Dunk High collaboration as her latest creative project. The next shoe, which realizes his vision, pays homage to his skateboarding heritage and roots.

His work on the SB Dunk High features a range of vibrant colors through bold use of color. The SB Dunk model has Decon-inspired styling and highlights the side panels with turquoise blue and raw orange. The details, which reveal the foam tongues and feature a thinner ankle collar, pair well with the rainbow decorations on the tongue, insole and heel. In memory of home, the insoles of the shoes are decorated with an image of the desert and valleys of Arizona. The tongue tags feature his name and the shoe sits atop a White midsole with a Black, Gold, and Teal rubber outsole.