Since being introduced ahead of Fall 2020, the women’s Nike Dunk Low Disrupt has emerged in handfuls of compelling colorways, inspired by both original and modern takes on Peter Moore’s 36-year-old design. For its latest proposition, the silhouette has indulged in a tonal “Barely Rose” arrangement.
As with inaugural options, the forthcoming pair boasts a mesh and leather construction across its upper. Profile swooshes and accompanying overlays opt for the titular tone, while their underlays favor a muted iteration of the pink color. Laces, labels on the tongue and heel tabs follow suit, with the chunky sole unit exchanging its Air Jordan 1 Low-like tooling for something much more experimental. The midsole and outsole combination follow the design cue of the Dunk Low-variant’s top-half as the former proffers a subtler tone than the latter.
A Nike SNKRS release date hasn’t yet been disclosed, but this women’s pair is likely to arrive throughout summer. In any case, enjoy official images ahead.
For more from under the NIKE, Inc. empire, check out the Air Jordan 1 “Seafoam” set to launch in mid-August.
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Nike Dunk Low Disrupt
Release Date: Aug 3rd, 2021 (Tuesday)
Color: Light Soft Pink/Pale Coral
Womens: $110 Style Code: CK6654-602
After MarketAvailable Now
North AmericaAug 3rd, 2021 (Tuesday)