Since its first release 37 years ago, the Nike Dunk High has done a lot. In the past few years, Peter Moore’s famous design has worked hard to attract the family’s youngest sneaker collectors.
The shoe’s bright and contrasting hues make it awesome
A little bit like the legendary eBay-inspired pair from August 2003, which is rumored to drop for the first time ever before the end of the year, the new style has a mix of colors on each panel of its upper: orange on the forefoot overlay, bold green on the tongue, and soft blue on the heel. The off-white arrangement of the profile swooshes and the notebook paper-like shroud that covers part of the Nike Dunk‘s laces give the shoe a simple look. Sole units that look like the Air Jordan 1 keep things pretty boring, but the speckled look of the midsole shows that it was made in part from recycled materials.
If you have a child or know someone who does, you can see right away where this shoe got its idea from. The colors of the shoe cover and the notebook paper laces are meant to remind you of a pack of paper and a set of colored pencils. This sneaker has colorful, eye-catching colors that make it appealing to kids.