Yet to release its Nike Dunk High “Chaos” duo unveiled as part of its Fall/Winter 2021 lookbook, UNDERCOVER seems to have more collaborations on the 1985 silhouette in the works as a new black and red pair has recently been teased. While a complete look at the sneaker hasn’t surfaced, the available angles reveal an umbrella theme for what’s likely to be a series of footwear: “UNDERCOVER BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION” (UBA).
Unlike the aforementioned pairs expected ahead of the holiday season, the newly-surfaced style indulges in a heritage-rooted black, red and white colorway. Given the high-top Nike Dunk‘s basketball league-concept, it’s possible that Jun Takahashi drew inspiration from the Air Jordan line (which has drawn from the Chicago Bulls’ team colors). Sole units indulge in a speckled aesthetic, but primarily boast a white arrangement that balances out the “bred” aesthetic that takes over the shoe’s smooth and tumbled leather upper.
In other sneaker news from NIKE, Inc., Zion Williamson’s Jordan Zion 1 is set to debut soon.
Updated April 18th, 2021: Additional photos have been provided by @leaked.sneaks.