A US CURRENCY TYPEFACE IS USED ON THE NIKE DUNK LOW

The late Peter Moore’s 1985 design has not only stood the test of time, but in just a few short years it has been brought back to life as one of the swoosh’s most popular lifestyle silhouettes. The latest Nike Dunk Low is based on the look of U.S. currency. It already has a long list of colorways and collaborations.

The new sneaker has unique details but a classic colorway

The new colorway isn’t the usual money green. Instead, it has “Sail White” leather uppers and “Sail Blue” swooshes and tongues. In white, gold, and blue accents, the NIKE logo on the insoles, back tab, and upper tongue is made to look like the typeface on our dollar bills. This is in keeping with the shoe’s domestic theme. For a striking hint, there are also bright red insoles and a swoosh on the tongue. The model is finished off with a classic gum outsole.

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This is an amazing find! The Nike Dunk Low is a great shoe, and it’s interesting to see how the typeface shows how important it is to culture. The new colorway of the NIKE DUNK LOW by Nike is right on time and stands out. They are easy to put on, comfortable, and can be worn with a lot of things.