Following the reintroduction of the Nike Dunk Low “Just Do It,” the Swoosh imprint will continue to launch fresh colorways of the popular low-top model. Several iterations are already in the works, while Nike now looks to deconstructed patchwork designs for its latest rendition.
The lifestyle silhouette receives a mixture of leather and canvas materials across the uppers, colliding against each other in mismatched tones. White canvas underlays adorn the base, while creamy leather hits the mudguards and connects to light tan leather panels that extend from the forefeet and into the lacing systems.
Additional pale-colored leather lands on the ankle flaps and heel counters, sitting beneath tonal medial Swooshes attached to Nike-branded rear tabs. Geometric shapes decorate the tongues, accented by orange exposed stitching surrounding standard Nike emblems.
Inside the sneaker, you will find brown insoles with map-like illustrations and Nike’s headquarters address in Beaverton, Oregon — warning that if the pair is lost, it should be returned to the office location. The kicks are complete with white midsoles and gum rubber bottoms.
This version of the Nike Dunk Low will be dropping later this year via Nike and select retailers for $120 USD.
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