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Cream-Colored Swooshes Take Over This Nike Dunk Low

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The Nike Dunk Low re-entered the mainstream sneaker consciousness in the latter half of the 2010s and seems adamant about not returning to oblivion.

Recently, the late Peter Moore’s design from 1985 emerged in a brand new style that couples dark navy and off-white suede with cream-colored branding and multi-colored laces. The pair’s backstory hasn’t been unveiled by the Swoosh as of yet, but the newly-surfaced Nike Dunk falls in-line with other recently-surfaced pairs, which feature darker hues and heavier materials appropriate for fall and winter. Furthermore, midsoles opt for the “Neo-vintage” trend that’s appeared on everything from custom to official sneaker releases over the last two years. Together, each aforementioned component helps expand the already-massive design catalog of Moore’s 37-year-old creation.

Enjoy an early look at the pair ahead, courtesy of Instagram user @kicksdong, and anticipate a Nike.com launch soon.

For more swoosh-branded footwear, check out the LeBron 20 “Time Machine” debuting on September 29th.