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The Nike Dunk Low Features Typeface Of U.S. Currency

The Nike Dunk Low Features Typeface Of U.S. Currency

The late Peter Moore’s circa 1985 design has not only stood the test of time, it’s quickly been reinvigorated as one of the swoosh’s premier lifestyle silhouettes in just a short few years. Having already garnered a boastful roster of colorways and collabs, the latest Nike Dunk Low is rooted in the aesthetic of U.S. currency.

Disparate from a typical money green ensemble, the recently surfaced colorway entrusts “Sail White” leather uppers as the dominant makeup while a cool contrasted “Sail Blue” tastefully dawns the swooshes and underlying tongue construction. Following suit with its domestic inspiration, NIKE branding along the insoles, back tab and upper tongue are dressed in the same typeface font that appears on our dollar bills in white, gold and blue accents. Bright red insoles and swoosh adornments on the tongue are additionally hidden away for a striking hint while the model is finished with a classic gum outsole.

For a closer look at the upcoming Nike Dunk Low, check out the official images below while we sit tight on any further release details and launch on Nike.com.

In other dunk low news, the model recently appeared in a “Grey/White” combination.

WHERE TO BUY

Nike Dunk Low

SKU: DX3198-133
RETAIL PRICE: $N/A
RELEASE DATE: 2024

US 2024

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