The Nike Dunk High used to have chenille Swooshes and even championship belts on it, but it is always getting new features. And while this latest pair, called “Honeydew,” has fewer accessories, it makes up for it with new branding and recycled details.

Tanned leather gives the sneaker a nice look and makes it comfy

In contrast to the many “Next Nature” colorways that have come out so far, this Nike Dunk High doesn’t have the Circular Design logo on it. Instead, the left and right insoles have tags that look like the labels that were probably used during production. The usual branding is also gone from the tongue, which is now covered in tanned leather to match the pull-tab on the heel. The rest of the upper is covered in shades of “Honeydew” and “Summit White,” which look like they were painted on recycled leather. Underneath, the outsole is much clearer, using Nike’s signature Grind Rubber.


If you can’t get enough of these Dunks, the Nike Dunk Low “Honeydew” is a great choice. This update is a great way to give it a new look without sacrificing the comfort of a shoe that was already made to be comfortable.