While the full scope of the Nike Dunk Low‘s plans for the new year has yet to pan out, handfuls of new styles have surfaced over the last month, revealing that there’s no shortage of experimentation for Peter Moore’s 37-year-old design.
In addition to the highly-anticipated “Vintage” collection that’s set to drop exclusively in women’s sizes, the Swoosh has prepped a number of spring-ready colorways, including a newly-surfaced option featuring a white leather base and suede overlays across the forefoot, along the tongue and around the heel. The aforementioned construction isn’t anything new to the silhouette – in particular when considering Nike SB‘s variant – but what differentiates the latest implementation is the predominantly “greenback”; shades of green are isolated to the rear panels, though deep navy and vibrant red enter the mix via the profile swooshes and accompanying branding. The remainder of the shoe indulges in a “patriotic” arrangement, with a ruby tone animating the stitching across the midsole.
Enjoy a first-look at the pair here below, and anticipate a Nike SNKRS launch in the first-half of 2022.
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