Even though it has a two-toned look at its core, the Dunk Low has done a lot to go against the current trend, with “Sun Club” colorways and even unique collaborations with Union LA. But with this “Medium Olive” version of Peter Moore’s ever-popular design, Nike is briefly going back to the basics.
Color palette balances simplicity and modernism
This future pair of Dunks stays away from anything out of the usual, much as how it was done previously with the “St. Johns” and the “Syracuse” Dunks. The color that gives the shoe its name comes into play right away, dressing the tread, overlays, lacing unit, Swoosh, and other elements like these. White tones can be seen throughout the leather foundation underneath, which matches the finish of the surrounding midsole and tongue perfectly.
The Nike Dunk Low is still a shoe that can stand on its own, and each new release adds something new to the line. Even though the “Medium Olive” colorway isn’t as flashy as the “Sun Club” models, it’s a new take on the Dunk Low that reminds us why we fell in love with this design all those years ago.