Cactus Plant Flea Market Shrouds The Nike Dunk Low In Overgrown Greenery

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In regards to their collaborative offerings, Cactus Plant Flea Market has only become more absurd, as Nike has indulged every idea regardless of how crazy. And with her newest concept, founder Cynthia Lu is stretching the limits of what’s possible, shrouding the ever-beloved Dunk Low in overgrown greenery.

Months back, it was unveiled that CPFM would be working on a pair of Dunk Lows, one that draws influence from past ideas as well as the Air Escape III. Here, the silhouette of said design is relatively intact, albeit obscured by the above-mentioned foliage. One can see hints of the underlying construction by way of the collar and sole unit, the latter of which is encased entirely in dirt, further nodding to the garden-inspired themes seen prior. Above, the shoe becomes much more nondescript, with disheveled, Grinch-like furs sprouting up behind grass-colored laces, CPFM embroidery, and Yin and Yang patches.

For a closer look at Cactus Plant Flea Market’s wildest collaboration yet, see the official images below. At the time of writing this, the brand has yet to confirm a release date, so sit tight for future updates.

In other news, a Deep Royal Blue Dunk High was recently unveiled.

Photos: @k9_itsiant

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