“Royal” Hues Introduce The Latest Nike Dunk Low LX

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Following a duo of luxuriously tooled efforts reserved exclusively for the ladies, the Nike Dunk Low is set to attribute the latter’s renovated construction through a stark “Royal” and cream opposition.

Casting aside its typical clad-leather construction, a premium suede texture envelops the entirety of the upper for the latest Dunk LX effort. Similar to this past Summer’s Jackie Robinson-inspired proposition, a vibrant “Royal Blue” outfits the silhouette’s overlays, laces and sock liner while its base layer indulges in a tonal wash of light tan. Enjoying an Obsidian finish across the tongue’s leather tab and midfoot Swooshes, a darkened blue with a slight indigo undertone contrasts the upper’s embroidered branding embellishments in tandem with its tread while a brightened wave of “Sail” concludes across the midsole.

No release date information has been made available just yet, so in the meantime enjoy official images of the Nike Dunk Low LX “Royal Blue”.

In other news from the Beaverton brand, check out the Nike LeBron 20 “Liverpool F.C.”.


UPDATE (06/24/2023):
The shoes are available now on Nike.com.
UPDATE (06/02/2023):
A release date is expected on June 13th, 2023.

Nike Dunk Low LX

SKU: DV7411-400
RELEASE DATE: Jun 13, 2023

US 06/13/2023 Tuesday

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