The Nike Dunk Low has done a lot more in 37 years than some older designs. As the Swoosh has become more and more committed to sustainability, Peter Moore’s iconic creation has been reimagined with eco-conscious approaches that don’t sacrifice its “cool” factor. Case in point: a “Black/Navy” style of the sneaker’s Scrap iteration. As its name suggests, the Dunk Low Scrap is constructed in part from excess materials found across the brand’s manufacturing floors. The pair maintains the shape countless fans have come to know and love but achieves it by utilizing mesh underlays, additional, differently-cut leather panels, and a layered arrangement reminiscent of some sacai collaborations. Two shades of blue overtake much of the Nike Dunk offering, but a pitch-dark tone enters the mix at the toe box, along with the tongue, and across the heel for a fashion “faux pas” that works on Moore’s ever-coveted design. No Nike SNKRS launch details have been disclosed by the brand, but that’s likely to change as summer inches closer. In the meantime, enjoy official images of the pair ahead.