Excitement over Dunks hasn’t necessarily reached a point where it has started to plummet just yet, so
These low-cut kicks are given a classical two-toned presentation, and sport the traditional material choices of leather base layers paired next to synthetic tongues. Its titular hue stands out overtly as it makes up the overlays that land across the forefoot, heels and throat, while the toeboxes, quarters, tongues and collars counteract with pitch black. Branding is installed in its usual spots including the tongues and embroidered heels, the former being executed with colored lettering while the latter is draped with a stealthy exterior.
Working our way south, the midsole unit is outfitted with a clean white presentation, and comes supported down under with a “Hyper Cobalt” outsole. A tiny splash of orange is also seen here, but only on the interior as it is applied to the insole’s branded hit.
Early reports have this pair launching on February 11 in both men’s and kid’s sizes but the Nike camp has yet to make any official announcements that confirms this.
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