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The Latest Nike Dunk Low GS Features Upside-Down Branding

Sure to turn heads on the playground.

The Latest Nike Dunk Low GS Features Upside-Down Branding

Kid’s sneakers typically embrace design themes that are more “out there” than their mainline adult counterparts, and Nike’s latest Dunk Low GS is no exception. Presented with the same hallmarks as a recently-previewed Air Max 1 GS, the Beaverton brand’s next kid’s delivery stands as one of the most eccentric in recent memory.

The design revolves around an abstract, Bauhaus-like ensemble of blue and orange shades that swap relentlessly on the lower half of the base. Most splotches are confined to a specific panel, but the toe panel and Swoosh logos work in multiple colors on the same pieces of leather. The theme continues via a dual-tone outsole, and perhaps most notably; upside-down Nike branding on the tongue and heel. Meanwhile, white and “Light Silver” leather appears on top half of the base so as to maintain some semblance of normalcy.

The Nike Dunk Low GS “White/Light Silver/Midnight Navy” is set to release in Fall 2024 for $100. See official images below and tap our Sneaker Release Dates page to preview more upcoming drops from the Swoosh.

Pivoting to another low-top lifestyle essential, the New Balance 550 continues to surface in new colorways.

WHERE TO BUY

Nike Dunk Low

SKU: FQ7674-100
RETAIL PRICE: $100
RELEASE DATE: 2024

US 2024

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