The Nike Dunk Low “Polar Blue” Is Perfect For Winter

The Nike Dunk Low “Polar Blue” Is Perfect For Winter

The Nike Dunk Low debuted in 1985 as a push to dominate collegiate hardwoods across the U.S. To welcome spring, the silhouette has taken on a “University Blue”-like tone across its upper and sole unit.

Smooth leather bases take on a clean, “White” finish that allows for the slightest contrast to shine. Swooshes on the sides take on a winter-friendly blue that also appears around the toe, along the tongue, and at the spine. “NIKE” branding on the tongue label follows suit, animating the latest Nike Dunk. Lastly, Peter Moore’s iconic sole unit design features a two-tone arrangement that covers the traction in the aforementioned, titular “Polar Blue” hue.

Enjoy product photos of the pair ahead, while you wait for firm nike.com launch details as the holiday season inches closer.

For more from the NIKE, Inc. family, check out the Air Jordan 3‘s upcoming releases.


Nike Dunk Low

SKU: DV0833-400
RELEASE DATE: Oct 14, 2023

US 10/14/2023 Saturday

Retailer Release type Status
Nikestore US Standard Check Site
DICK'S Standard Check Site
Sneaker Politics Standard Check Site
TAKOUT NY Sold Out Sold Out
Extra Butter Standard Check Site
Concepts Sold Out Sold Out
DTLR Sold Out Sold Out
SNS Sold Out Sold Out

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