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It was inevitable a return to its roots for the Nike Dunk as the last few years have yielded a brash array of mutli-color releases. Although we’re sure colorful colorways are still on their way, the Dunk has seen a much more balanced palette as of late. Here’s a look at some recent Dunk Highs with distressed leather and ostrich highlights. Check your local Nike dealer for availability. Source: Atmos

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It was inevitable a return to its roots for the Nike Dunk as the last few years have yielded a brash array of mutli-color releases. Although we’re sure colorful colorways are still on their way, the Dunk has seen a much more balanced palette as of late. Here’s a look at some recent Dunk Highs with distressed leather and ostrich highlights. Check your local Nike dealer for availability.

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