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The Oregon Ducks Receive A Nike Dunk Low PE Designed By Tinker Hatfield

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This article was originally published on March 22nd, 2023 and has been updated on April 10th, 2023.

The Nike Dunk Low “Oregon” is available exclusively at GOAT. Tinker Hatfield reworks the Dunk for the first time ever in partnership with Division Street. Produced in a limited
run of 1,000 pairs, the Player Edition sneaker features Electric Green accents and University of Oregon branding. Proceeds benefit participating University of Oregon student-athletes.

In February of 2022, Tinker Hatfield helped Phil Knight’s Division Street launch the Ducks Of A Feather program, an NFT platform created to empower Oregon Duck student-athletes while connecting them with fans, boosters and collectors within the age of Web3. Designing an exclusive 120 pairs of Duck-inspired Air Max 1’s for each of the NFT owners, the sneaker architect has touched up yet another offering that will cause former players and current athletes to bang down the doors of equipment managers.

Seemingly designed by UO alumnus and Employee #23 himself via the interior tongue tabs Tinker Hatfield signature, the second proposition under the “Ducks Of A Feather” banner was recently previewed via the school’s IG page, showcasing a greyscale pair of Nike Dunk Lows.

Illuminated by an onslaught of neon green accents, the chosen vibrant injection presides throughout the silhouette’s stitching that connects the greyed-out tumbled leather and suede-treated overlays while additionally consuming the nylon sock liner and interior tooling of the sidewalls. Complimented by a monochromatic white-and-black conclusion cast across the sole unit underfoot, the aforementioned program’s multi-color NFT Duck logo renders atop the tongue tab while the titular stripped aesthetic continues along the tucked-away insoles. Expecting to dress in a similar outspoken hue, further call-backs to the Eugene institution instead come anchored in crisp white stitching along the heel’s “O” insignia.

While it remains to be seen if the colorway will be a friends-and-family exclusive for the University or similarly provided as a virtual acquisition, in the meantime enjoy official images of the Nike Dunk Low Oregon “Ducks Of A Feather” below.

For more from underneath the Nike Inc umbrella, the Travis Scott x Air Jordan 1 Low OG “Olive” releases on April 26th in women’s, pre-school and toddler sizing.

Photos: goducks