The Nike Dunk Low has accomplished a lot since 1985. Peter Moore’s made-for-basketball design has experimented with non-standard configurations on its own, outside of its humorous makeovers courtesy of Nike SB. The most recent trend? A brown-hued, adorned look.
Using a wild material selection with dark chocolate-like color
The new Nike Dunk indulges in one of the most chaotic arrangements, both in material choice and design layout, and is far from the first Nike Sportswear offering to get “blinged.” The sneaker’s upper is made up of synthetic leather, ripstop nylon, and mesh, with light brown base layers. On top of the aforementioned base, a dark chocolate-like colour appears, while the profile swooshes, laces, and branding on the spine are all white. The “NIKE” lace dubraes and the swoosh-accompanied symbol at the top of the tongue add a splash of gleaming gold to the mix. Unusual tags appear on the profiles as well, adding to the model’s long history.
These unique hits became collector’s items right away and are hard to find. If you love the Nike Dunk and want a pair that is unique and hard to find, this could be the right choice for you.