“Dark Team Red” Prepares A Varsity Style Nike Dunk Low

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“Dark Team Red” Prepares A Varsity Style Nike Dunk Low

Revitalized at the height of 2019, the Nike Dunk has embarked upon a countless number of collaborative efforts and general release colorways. Alongside a handful of extremely early Valentine’s Day treatments, the Peter Moore design has since re-explored its classic college-style roots that iconized the low-top trim.

Crafting its own inline collection featuring old-school varsity-style Nike logos, the all-new slate of Dunk Lows are introduced through a wine-red vein. “Dark Team Red” is employed with a fervor atop the silhouette, curing the smooth leather overlays, laces, inner lining and insoles for a familiar infusion from the palette while crisp white shades at the base layer and midsole amplify the latter’s hue. What’s more, the tri-colored ensemble is finished by way of a set of clarifying jet-black hits that contrast the profile swooshes, heel tab and tread underfoot.

Enjoy official images of the Nike Dunk Low “Dark Team Red” below as we await further release details in the meantime.

In other news, the Jordan 1 Zoom CMFT 2 “Día De Muertos” releases on October 21st.


Nike Dunk Low

SKU: FZ4616-600

US 2024

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