As the Nike Dunk Low continues to captivate old and new sneaker collectors alike, the 37-year-old silhouette has gradually been building a healthy roster of kid’s-exclusive colorways. Recently, the sneaker emerged in two shades of blue and with transparent swoosh logos.
Reminiscent of University of North Carolina-inspired Air Jordan 1 styles, the upcoming sneakers feature a light blue hue around the forefoot, along with the tongue and across the heel. Instead of a “colorless” base, however, the latest take on Peter Moore’s 1985 creation indulges in a greyish shade of the titular tone, creating a refreshing color combination on the decades-old design. Although accompanying components and the sole unit underfoot also partake in the blue party, the shoes’ most eye-catching detail is arguably the clear profile swooshes. While the latest Nike Dunk hasn’t been unveiled as part of a larger collection, the style pictured below is yet another offering featuring experimental, modified branding.
Firm Nike SNKRS release details haven’t been disclosed by the brand yet, but that’s likely to change as summer inches closer. In the meantime, enjoy official images of the shoes ahead.