The upcoming sneakers are inspired by the annual Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival in which hectares of illuminated ice buildings and sculptures are erected throughout the Northeastern city of Harbin, China throughout January and February.
Uppers are dressed in silver satin with white velvet overlay panels. Mismatched embroidery of children playing in the snow and riding on sleds are found on the lateral heel and toebox, and celebratory pennon banners line the turquoise-embroidered Nike heel tab. The inner lining is also dressed in turquoise contrasted with a red insole displaying the Chinese character for ice. Below, a gray midsole is elevated by a star-spotted translucent outsole to complete the limited-edition pairs.
The Nike Dunk Low “Ice” is set to drop in the coming weeks on Nike SNKRS and select retailers. Stay tuned for pricing and release date information.