Cracked Leathers Reimagine This Syracuse Reminiscent Nike Dunk Low

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After endless restocks of the Panda Dunk, it seems interest in the Peter Moore-designed classic is gradually beginning to wane. But with their upcoming releases, the Swoosh is making a concerted effort to change things up, adding to and remixing the Dunk Low in various ways. This newly-revealed pair is but yet another experiment, its cracked leather construction not unlike that of the Air Jordan 1 “Lost & Found.”

The colorway itself somewhat plays into the “Reimagined” themes, as it echoes the look of a “BTTYS” staple: the “Syracuse.” But whereas the latter proffers bright whites along its base and midsole, this pair opts for a slightly darker, greyer neutral. What’s more, the orange finish of the overlays is treated to a slight patina, while the Swoosh, heel tab, tongue label are cracked in an effort to simulate age. Inside, the insole features a similar, albeit screen printed design.

Enjoy a closer look at this “Reimagined” take on the Dunk Low ahead. At the time of writing this, a firm release date has yet to surface. For now, sit tight and await further updates.

In other news, early images of the Air Jordan 1 KO Low Shadow have finally appeared.


UPDATE (07/31/2023):
A release date is expected on August 12th, 2023.
UPDATE (05/01/2023):
Official images have been updated.

Nike Dunk Low "Total Orange"

SKU: FN7773-001
RELEASE DATE: Sep 15, 2023

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