Nike Brings Back atmos Japan’s First Sneaker Collaboration In Dunk Low Form

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Japan’s atmos has given us some of the most iconic collaborative colorways in history and was recently highlighted with retro releases of the Nike Air Max 1 “Safari” and Nike Air Max 1 “Elephant” – they even brought their signature touch to the Air Jordan 3 in an exclusive pack. But if you can remember, the brand started out with a much simpler aesthetic on the atmos x Nike Air Force 1 Low inspired by the “Georgetown” colorway of the Nike Dunk High. The simple Medium Grey/Twilight Blue option is considered by many to be one of the greatest AF1s of all time for the simplicity and material quality. Now Nike is bringing the look back with the atmos Nike Dunk Low, but with a twist. The pair features a mismatched look with panels alternating between Medium Grey and Twilight Blue while the materials have been remixed to include a patent leather. The atmos Nike Dunk Low Mismatched will release exclusively at atmos Japan, Nike Harajuku, and NikeLab MA5 on July 15th.

Source: Nike News

atmos x Nike Dunk Low “Mismatched”
Release Date: July 15th, 2017

Exclusive to atmos Japan, Nike Harajuku, and NikeLab MA5






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