This Nike Dunk Low Pairs “Sesame” And “Bronzine” With A Dash Of “Picante Red”

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Alongside their preparations for several upcoming holidays — Hangul Day, Halloween, Christmas, and the like — Nike is beginning to update the wardrobes of their most popular sneakers. The Dunk Low, of course, is obviously no exception, as the brand has provided the silhouette many a Fall-appropriate colorway.

This newly-revealed Dunk Low joins Nike’s Fall/Winter line-up, boasting a look not too dissimilar to that of the iconic MA-1 jacket. But rather than emulate the olive drabs typical of said piece of militaria, the pair more closely resembles its desert camo variant. This is achieved entirely through color, as the exterior alternates between “Bronzine” and “Sesame.” The “Picante Red” that runs up the tongue and all throughout the quilted interior adds an extra layer of similarity, as it seemingly echoes the bright lining of the aforementioned outerwear. But unlike the colorway, the textures on display are not nearly as familiar: underneath the hairy suede Swoosh, the upper features a distressed leather that appears to have been heavily weathered.

Enjoy a closer look at this upcoming Nike Dunk Low via the official images ahead. While a release date has not yet been confirmed, it likely shouldn’t be long before we see these on Nike.com and at select retailers.

In other news, detailed images of The Powerpuff Girls Nike SB Dunk Low Blossom recently surfaced.


Nike Dunk Low

SKU: FQ8897-252

US 2023

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