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Nike Adds Light Pink To Its Dunk Low “Move To Zero” Efforts

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In addition to being a “cool,” fairly-accessible silhouette, the Nike Dunk Low has been helping the brand with its “Move To Zero” efforts.

Recently seen in varying shades of “White,” the model’s latest proposition rooted in sustainability indulges in a soft pink color that contrasts the aforementioned hue. Akin to its inaugural collegiate-inspired styles, the upcoming pair follows a simple two-tone arrangement that places the brighter color of the two across the design’s iconic overlays. The most obvious contribution to Nike’s eco-conscious efforts arrives in the form of the sole units, namely the Nike Grind-infused outsole. The campaign’s swoosh-wheel logo stamps the sock-liner, as have other propositions under the Nike Sportswear banner with the same mission: to reduce waste.

A Nike SNKRS release date hasn’t been disclosed, but this two-tone option is likely to launch before autumn begins. In any case, enjoy official images of the pair here below.

For more options from under the NIKE, Inc. banner, check out the purple Air Jordan 36.

Where to Buy

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Nike Dunk Low Next Nature
Release Date: Nov 3rd, 2021 (Wednesday)
Color: White/Pale Coral
Womens: $105 Style Code: DD1873-100

After MarketAvailable Now

North AmericaNov 3rd, 2021 (Wednesday)

Images: Nike