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Navy-Colored Overlays Land Atop This Nike Dunk Low “Graffiti”

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The Nike Dunk Low currently boasts one of the most expansive catalogs in the brand’s footwear roster. Recently, Peter Moore’s 37-year-old design emerged in a few graffiti-accented styles, seemingly as part of a larger Nike Sportswear collection inspired by street art, culture and sport.

Whereas a previously-surfaced pair for adults features a full canvas-construction across the upper, the latest take on Moore’s iconic creation couples a fabric base with synthetic leather overlays around the forefoot, along the tongue and throughout the heel. The low-top Nike Dunk‘s underlays are covered in abstract blotches of blue. pink, green and orange, while their synthetic leather counterparts introduce a solid navy into the mix. Branding on the top of the tongue and sock-liners indulge in ruby-colored flair, though the latter components are overwhelmed with “NIKE!” text done in different graffiti styles. Underfoot, the made-for-basketball sole units opt for an off-white mix that allows the aforementioned tones to revel in the spotlight.

No firm Nike SNKRS release details have been disclosed yet, but that’s likely to change before the second-half of 2022 commences. In the meantime, enjoy official images of the shoes in Grade School, Preschool and Toddler sizing ahead.

For more from the Swoosh, check out the latest Air Force 1 styles, which includes several special editions for the sneaker’s 40th anniversary.