Nike Turns Down The Lights On This Women’s Dunk Low

Nike Turns Down The Lights On This Women’s Dunk Low

At one point, women’s exclusive sneaker releases were few and far between. But things have changed dramatically in recent years, as Nike continues to usher in colorways designed specifically for our better halves. This newly-revealed Dunk Low LX — which features a colorway reminiscent of nighttime — is just another addition to this year’s WMNS catalog.

A heavily subdued take on the Peter Moore-designed icon, this upcoming Nike Dunk Low LX is built atop a black-dominant foundation. The neutral is used across not only the shoe’s textile base but also the midsole and tongue. Over top, the suede overlays and Swoosh are clothed in a dark navy finish, matching the adjacent laces as well as the lining.

Enjoy a closer look at this women’s Dunk Low ahead. At the time of writing this, a firm release date has not yet been revealed. But given that retailer images are beginning to surface, it likely shouldn’t be long before we see these at Nike.com and participating stockists.


Nike Dunk Low LX

SKU: FB7720-001
RELEASE DATE: Oct 13, 2023

US 10/13/2023 Friday

Retailer Release type Status
Nikestore US Coming Soon Coming Soon
WOODstack Standard Check Site
Extra Butter Standard Check Site
Concepts Standard Check Site
atmos US Standard Check Site
Nordstrom Sold Out Sold Out

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