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This Nike Dunk High Is A co.jp Mash-Up

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From its continuation of the 80’s “Be True To Your School” initiative to the modern-day tooling of pre-worn suedes and plush textiles, the Nike Dunk High has truly enjoyed the full breadth of the color palette. Rife with disparate tonal combinations, the latest construction borrows a piece of panelling from a number of its titularly-hued predecessors.

Embarking on return to its heralded “Navy” and “Pistachio” build from the early 2000’s, the darkened shade takes hold of the smooth leather overlays, laces and sock liner whereas the faint green offering lays claim to the base layer. Beginning its “See-Through” aesthetic that was last seen on a “black/white” Dunk High, a cinnamon flavored nubuck outfits the heel counter while the midfoots panel and forefront of the Swoosh are cut out to reveal an “Argon” like presentation. Along the forefoot, the “Brazil” scheme is additionally exposed in lasting fashion before the sole unit concludes with a white and navy pairing along its tread.

While we sit tight on further release date information, enjoy official images of the See-Through Dunk High “Navy/Mint”.

In other news, the Pokémon x Puma collaborative collection releases tomorrow, November 12th.