Most of the shoe’s uppers are kept minimal featuring a crisp two-toned design. Starting at the top of the shoe is a pink woven “Nike” tongue tag, followed by a set of laces that match the same tone as the tag. Further “NIKE” branding is embroidered at the heel counter, while a slim pink leather Swoosh is placed at the sidewalls. Other details like perforations at the toebox, leather eyelet panels and an “Orange Pearl”-toned outsole finish off the vibrant designs of the shoe.
Nike’s Dunk Low “Orange Pearl” is expected to land on February 11 on Nike’s website for $100 USD.
If you like Dunk Lows, you might be interested in the new “UNLV” colorway.