“Volt” Branding Animate This Understated “Grey/Black” Nike Dunk Low

“Volt” Branding Animate This Understated “Grey/Black” Nike Dunk Low

The Nike Dunk Low has done a lot over the last 38 years. Recently, Peter Moore’s iconic design has emerged in dozens of new styles, including one clad in a greyscale and neon green color scheme.

Like past iterations of the popular sneaker, the unreleased pair features a two-tone color arrangement across the upper. Grey suede sets the stage for black leather overlays around the toe, along the tongue, and across the heel. Swooshes on the sidewalls and upper heel panels deviate in a hairy fabric that matches the Nike Dunk‘s base layer. Nylon enters the picture via the tongue, which sits underneath laces with reflective details. The sole unit keeps things standard, but a miniature swoosh at the lateral forefoot interrupts Moore’s blueprint from 1985. The mini logo takes on vibrant “Volt” flair just like “NIKE” text at the spine.

Enjoy a closer look at the pair ahead, as you wait for firm nike.com launch details.

In related sneaker news, the Air Jordan 11 will release in new styles before the year ends.

Nike Dunk Low Black Grey Volt 2

Photos via Instagram user kicksdong

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