Nike Dunk Low to Release in "College Navy"

Boasting a compelling contrast between dark navy and light gray tones.

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If January has served as any indication, you can expect to see a near-boundless cornucopia of Dunk Low styles from Nike over the course of 2021. From collegiate to curry, there’s a Dunk colorway for everyone — and the latest to appear is Nike Sportswear‘s two-tone “College Navy” makeup.

Combining its eponymous navy shade with a light-toned “Wolf Grey,” the “College Navy” plays with contrast in an appealing fashion. Uppers are made of supple leather, and feature navy on toeboxes, quarters and collars while “Wolf Grey” graces mudguards, Swooshes, eyestays, heels and heel tabs. The heel tab also introduces “Varsity Red” into the mix, a shade that’s replicated on the nylon navy tongue’s white fabric tag. A final touch of material flair is provided by silver satin collar lining, and the look is completed with white midsoles and translucent rubber outsoles.

Although Nike has yet to officially announce a release date for the “College Navy,” early reports state that it’ll arrive on February 25 with a retail price of $100 USD.

For more news from the world of the Swoosh, check out Stüssy’s five hand-dyed Air Force 1 colorways and take a detailed look at sacai’s upcoming Blazer Low in “Magma Orange” and “Classic Green.”

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