Nike Prepares A Dunk Low For The NBA Paris Game In January 2024

Coinciding with the NBA Paris game in January 2024.

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NBA Basketball will be returning to Paris, France in 2024 with the Brooklyn Nets taking on the Cleveland Cavaliers at the Accor Arena. In recognition of the League’s global presence, Nike will be instilling the Nike Dunk Low with a bit of Parisian luxury in accordance with the scheduled New Year contest.

Expected to be a part of a growing roster of silhouettes, the Peter Moore design introduces the low top trim with a crisp white base layer. Muted olive-grey tones compose a dominant majority of the surrounding real estate, curing the upper overlays, laces, nylon sock liner and the tread underfoot. Swatches of jet-black then contrast the neutral-based ensemble across the tumbled leather profile swooshes and the heel tabs embroidered logo, injecting the pair with a bit of monochrome flair. What’s more, the heel’s lateral foxing has been stamped with a digitized gold-foil NBA logo in tandem with the insoles’ eye-catching “Paris” branding.

The Nike Dunk Low “NBA Paris” is expected to release in early 2024. In the meantime, the pair can be seen in first look imagery below.

In other news from the Beaverton brand, Jordan Brand’s Holiday release schedule has been made official.


Nike Dunk Low "NBA Paris"

SKU: FZ4624-001

US Jan 2024

Retailer Time Shipping Release type Status Reminder
Nike SNKRS US 10:00 North America Only Standard Coming Soon -

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