Nike Dunk Low "Court Purple" is Officially Revealed

Another two-toned Dunk to a toss into your rotation.

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If there’s one aspect of Nike‘s footwear strategy that is going to remain true for the foreseeable future, it’s the fact that it will continue to double down on its releases of Dunks. There’s no sight of when this silhouette will begin to lose its steam given the amount of colorways that have been revealed by the brand in recent memory, and you can certainly expect plenty more collaborations and GRs to arrive in 2022. An iteration that is getting ready to hit the shelves is the Nike Dunk Low “Court Purple” which has just been officially unveiled.

This forthcoming installment is designed with a two-toned “Be True to Your School” motif and bears somewhat of a similar presentation to the women’s “Varsity Purple” rendition that was launched earlier this year. The overlays, Swooshes, interior lining and tongue branding are injected with a “Court Purple” tone and comes balanced out by white finishes that see through to the toe boxes, laces, tongues, quarters and collars. The regal color combination then follows suit on the lower parts of the kicks to round off its look.

Nike SNKRS and select retailers are expected to drop these in the coming months for $100 USD.

Want more sneaker new? Check out the upcoming Nike LeBron 19 “Fast Food” colorway that’s inspired by the King’s cheat meals.

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