Nike Continues The “Be True To Your School” Dunk Variations With “Denim Turquoise”

The flow of colorful dunks continues into Summer.

Nike Continues The “Be True To Your School” Dunk Variations With “Denim Turquoise”

In recent years, Nike SB releases have gone from a trickle to a stream to a deluge. As we continue to wade through the waters, those who remain loyal to the Nike Dunk Low now have a vast catalog of color choices to pick from in the shoe’s most iconic layout. The latest, “Denim Turquoise” mints a new trademark pantone via a stylish warm-weather colorway.

By this point, sneakerheads of every experience level are likely familiar with the “Be True To Your School” style color-blocking deployed here. Rather than any true university colors, “Denim Turquoise” takes the lead here, pulling the hex code from the jeans material rather than the actual hardware itself. With the Dunk becoming widely adopted to the point of ubiquity, this is an easy way to get a possibly underrepresented shade into your rotation.

The Nike Dunk Low “Denim Turquoise” is likely to release in the coming weeks, carrying the usual $115 price tag. Check out official photos included just below.

In other SB news, the Nike Dunk Low “Veneer” drops April 22nd.


Nike Dunk Low

SKU: DV0833-106

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