The Nike Dunk Low Presses On In “Black/Midnight Navy/Tan”

Dropping Summer/Fall 2024 for $115.

The Nike Dunk Low Presses On In “Black/Midnight Navy/Tan”

Nike said that it will decrease the supply of lifestyle models like the Nike Dunk in an earnings call earlier this year, but don’t expect that change to take shape any time soon. Summer is on the horizon and the Dunk Low is simply too popular to neglect. Despite valid claims of “oversaturation” from sneakerheads, new colorways continue to surface at a rapid pace.

Official images of this latest men’s pair reveal another all-leather construction with a balanced “Black/Midnight Navy/Tan” palette. Taken in a familiar color blocking scheme, the shoe’s “Black” and “Midnight Navy” treatments look almost the same from a distance. The Swoosh and Nike heel logo, however, add contrast in a gold-ish “Tan” shade, matched on the outsole underfoot.

Look for pairs to hit shelves in Summer/Fall 2024 for $115; tap our Sneaker Release Dates page for all the latest updates over the coming months.

If you’d prefer a different look, check out the Dunk Low Team Green dropping again on May 10th.


Nike Dunk Low

SKU: DV0831-005

US 2024

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