A Dominant “Active Fucschia” Outfits The Latest Women’s Nike Dunk Low

A Dominant “Active Fucschia” Outfits The Latest Women’s Nike Dunk Low

After shaking up the tonal spectrum with a flurry of disparate flavors and textile constructions, the Nike Dunk is returning to its tried-and-true two-tone color blocking, spearheaded by its “Kentucky” Dunk Low counterpart set to return in November.  Continuing to expand the brand’s propositions for the ladies, a boisterous “Active Fuchsia” is harkened to liven the latest women’s exclusive offering.

Setting the stage with a clean white base layer, everything from the laces and tongue construction to the model’s smooth leather overlays and mesh sock liner proffer the presiding vibrant purple/pink undertone. Nike Air embellishments take their typical place, embroidered along the heel and tongue tabs while the dual hues conclude along the clad white midsole and “Fuchsia” dyed tread underfoot.

Seen for the first time the presiding pairing, no firm release date has been set for the upcoming women’s exclusive Dunk Low. In the meantime, enjoy images of the pair below.

For more under the Beaverton-based brand’s umbrella, check out where to buy the trio of collaborative Air Jordan 2’s set to release this week.

Nike Dunk Low Active Fuchsia Lead
Nike Dunk Low Active Fuchsia 2
Nike Dunk Low Active Fuchsia 1
Nike Dunk Low Active Fuchsia 3
Nike Dunk Low Active Fuchsia 5
Nike Dunk Low Active Fuchsia 4

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