Nike's Dunk Low Receives Striking "Hyper Cobalt" Makeover

A simple two-toned iteration for the classic silhouette.

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Nike‘s Dunk Low has been given a striking “Hyper Cobalt” makeover. A clean, bold colorway compared to the Sean Cliver iteration seen just four days ago.

This forthcoming colorway features a solid two-toned design, taking on a black leather foundation and “Hyper Cobalt” overlays. A small “Nike” tab is placed over a black tongue, complemented by blue eyelet panels that intersect with the rear quarter panel and toecap. The heel counter is embroidered with black “NIKE” branding, matching the shade of the sidewalls and toebox. All of these details rest over a crisp white midsole, underscored by a thin “Hyper Cobalt” outsole.

Though no official release dates have been confirmed, the Nike Dunk Low “Hyper Cobalt” is expected to land in early 2021 for $100 USD.

In case you missed it, here’s a look at a fresh “Triple Black” rendition of Nike’s Air Max Plus.

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