This Could be Cactus Plant Flea Market's Third Nike Dunk Low Colorway

Possibly inspired by the Nike Dunk Low SP “Brazil.”

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Months after the rumors of the collaborative CPFM “Pure Platinum” and “Spiral Sage”, a third colorway has surfaced. Possibly taking cues from the Nike Dunk Low SP “Brazil,” this colorway is said to feature green, white and yellow.

Do note that while the below source sites the photo as an “official image,” Nike and Cactus Plant Flea Market have not confirmed this to be true. The photo may very well be a mockup.

In this photo however, the Dunk Low, much like last year’s Nike Air Max Day CPFM Air VaporMax, opts for a more deconstructed and hand-finished aesthetic with a Swoosh outline held at the lateral side using large threads. While this is still just an early mock-up of the supposed colorway, users like py_rates have also stated that the sneaker will retail for $120 USD. Stay tuned for more news as it arrives.

In other footwear news, an Air Jordan 3 SE “Fire Red/Denim” surfaces.

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