Given all the success that the Dunk has had in recent memory, it’s in
This particular pair looks somewhat similar to the black and white Dunk Highs that dropped earlier this year, but it sports several different differences in materials that allow it to stand on its own. White coatings are applied to the tongues, perforated to boxes, mid-foot and collars, while the Swooshes and overlays are dyed in black and given a slight sheen. Instead of bringing in laces that match up with the overlays, this iteration is prepared with creamy shoe strings to further echo its vintage-inspired intent.
Midsoles are devised with a pre-yellowed exterior to make these look like they’ve been sitting in a closet since the 1985s, while the bottoms are round off its design with a full black outer.
Nike SNKRS and other shops will likely be releasing this colorway in the coming months.
For other sneaker news, be sure to peep a glimpse at the upcoming Union x Nike Cortez.