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In tribute to the Vietnamese flag the leather and nubuck upper is dressed in red and white, then accented by a triple-stacked yellow, black and red Swoosh plus a yellow star in place of the right shoe’s standard heel branding. There’s also a large “25” graphic present on each perforation-free toebox, nodding to the quarter-century long working relationship between Ching Luh and Nike.
Commemorative detailing doesn’t stop there, however. Each tongue tag features a special “Nike 25” graphic on the outside, while on the liner the left foot reads “1995-2020” and the right foot serves up a special Ching Luh text hit. Zoom Air-equipped insoles serve up a “Win As A Team” embellishment above yet another “Nike 25” hit. Red midsoles and yellow outsoles round off the look.
A release date for the Nike SB Dunk Low “Vietnam” has yet to be announced, but it’ll likely hit retailers later this holiday season.
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