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The Nike Dunk High Marries A “Kentucky” Upper With Gum Soles

Releasing Fall 2024 for $135.

The Nike Dunk High Marries A “Kentucky” Upper With Gum Soles

Despite the fact that many Nike Dunk colorways are currently collecting dust on shelves, new looks keep joining the fray. This latest high-top borders “Be True To Your School” color blocking in lockstep with the proven forumla, although slight departures make for a bit of uniqueness.

The most noteworthy design choices appear underfoot, as Beaverton designers opt for gum soles and contrast stitching instead of matching the upper. While the top half strikes a familiar note via Racer Blue overlays atop a Pale Ivory base, pebbled leather adds a bit of textural appeal. Oddly enough, the the tongue and insoles feature the same gold script branding seen on “Olympic” pairs (like this Dunk Low), although that collection is defined by a White/Navy palette across its contents, a far cry from the arrangement on display here.

In any case, fans of the Nike Dunk High “Racer Blue/Pale Ivory/Gum” can expect pairs to hit shelves in Fall 2024 for $135 in men’s sizes. Scroll through official images below and tap our Sneaker Release Dates page to see more upcoming Nike Dunk deliveries.

Speaking of which, detailed shots of the Nike SB Dunk Low Escargot just surfaced.

WHERE TO BUY

Nike Dunk High

SKU: FV6612-001
RETAIL PRICE: $135
RELEASE DATE: Jul 26, 2024

US 07/26/2024 Friday

Retailer Release type Status
Nikestore US Standard Coming Soon

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