Over the past two years, NIKE, Inc. has made a concerted effort to improve on its eco-friendliness. Under the “Move To Zero” initiative, the North American conglomerate has reduced waste and carbon emissions across all of its segments, including product manufacturing. One of the achievements of this commitment has been more sustainable footwear, like the newly-surfaced Nike Dunk Low Next Nature replete in “Medium Olive.”
Created from at least 50% recycled material, the upcoming pair boasts a number of details specifically geared for the colder months of the year. Reinforced nylon sets the stage for the suede and leather overlaid across the forefoot, mid-foot and heel. Profile swooshes and upper heel panels indulge in a vibrant “Orange” color that contrasts the predominantly-“Medium Olive” arrangement across the sneaker. The Nike Dunk also includes a furry inner lining and insole, with the latter nodding to how any wearer’s feet will feel: “TOASTY.” Underfoot, the take on Peter Moore’s iconic design is rounded out with a white midsole and light gum brown outsole.
Enjoy official images of the pair here below as you await an official Nike SNKRS launch date.
For more swoosh-branded sneakers, check out the Louis Vuitton Air Force 1 collection expected to drop during Spring/Summer 2022.
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Nike Dunk Low Next Nature "Medium Olive"
Release Date: 2021
Color: Sequoia/Orange/Medium Olive/Sail
Mens: $110 Style Code: DD3358-300