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The Nike Dunk Low Disrupt Appears In A Mix Of Classic “Be True” Colorways

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At the beginning of September, the Nike Sportswear team will officially deliver one of their newest women’s offerings to the world in the Dunk Low Disrupt. A modernized take of one of the Swoosh’s iconic basketball-turned-lifestyle silhouettes, this newest creation certainly keeps enough heritage-inspired DNA so that you recognize its muse, but is forged with constructional modifications such as enlarged pull tabs, dimensional midsoles, as well as perforated toe cap and vintage mesh tongues derived from the Air Train.

After being revealed in a batch of two-toned makeups last week, the model is taking a much more playful approach for its next take. Designed with multi-colored accents, this forthcoming rendition enlists Michgan-style mid-foot panels, St. John’s-type ankle flaps, and bright orange heel tabs that almost give off a What The Nike Dunk Low CO.JP type of vibe. However, the added green toe overlays and blue sock liners toss in more colorful elements that make this particular installment able to stand on its own. Grab a closer look here below, and expect these to land on Nike.com likely sometime this Fall for a retail tag of $110.

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