Since 1985, the Nike Dunk Low has done a lot. Away from its cheeky makeovers courtesy of Nike SB, Peter Moore’s made-for-basketball design has explored non-standard arrangements on its own. The latest?: An accessorized style covered in shades of brown. Far from the first Nike Sportswear proposition to get “blinged” out, the newly-surfaced pair indulges in one of the Nike Dunk‘s most haphazard arrangements, both in material choice and design layout. Synthetic leather, ripstop nylon and mesh come together across the sneaker’s upper, with base layers donning a light brown tone. A dark chocolate-reminiscent hue lands atop the aforementioned base, while profile swooshes, laces and branding on the spine opt for a simple white look. Shimmering gold enters the mix through the “NIKE” lace dubraes and swoosh-accompanied emblem at the top of the tongue. Non-standard tags land on the profiles, too, adding to the model’s decades-old legacy. No firm 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.