Dingy Grey Marks This Upcoming Nike Dunk Low

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Nike has transitioned the once underappreciated Dunk Low into a common lifestyle staple; rivaling the weekly outings of the Air Force 1 amidst the brand’s seasonal release calendar. While collaborative offerings have remained anchored to the model’s SB tooling, the Peter Moore design’s general release propositions continue to explore a range of tones, such as this “Dingy Grey” outing.

Cured almost entirely in tonal greyscale shades, the pair’s midsole interjects with a clad buttercream contrast. Surrounding the vintage sole unit is a duo of monochrome hues. A light grey tint consumes the smooth leather base layer and tongue construction,  while a darker tone illustrates the nubuck overlays, laces and semi-translucent tread underfoot. The latter is finished with a marbled treatment, which closes the model with a recurring theme throughout the tongue tab and insoles.

Enjoy a detailed look at the Nike Dunk Low “Dingy Grey” below while we await further release details.

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Nike Dunk Low

SKU: FV1167-001
RELEASE DATE: Jan 7, 2024

US 01/07/2024 Sunday

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