Nike Dunk Low ‘Aztec’ – Ironstone – Imperial Blue – Grain

September 29, 2011 BY

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Given that the word ‘Aztec’ itself is something of a loose identifier used to describe a variety of 14th-16th century Mexican ethnic groups, it seems fitting that the Nike Sportswear collection inspired by their signature aesthetics seems to be growing organically and without a concrete limit. The latest addition to NSW’s Aztec Pack is this new Nike Dunk Low that offers a slightly different take on the same Ironstone, Grain and Imperial Blue palette we just saw on an Air Max 1 release. The key difference, silouhette aside, is the use of a blue Swoosh on these instead of beige on the AM1s, a shift that has these feeling a bit more vibrant than the comparatively earthy ’87. Click through so you can see these closer, let us know if they’re the best Aztec Pack design yet and stick with Sneaker News for word on the US release date. via Dunk

Nike Dunk Low ‘Aztec’
Ironstone/Imperial Blue-Grain
318019-013


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