Nike Dunk Low "Paisley" Is Unveiled in Black and White

The women’s-focused model receives a simple yin and yang makeover.

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You can leave it to the design teams at Nike to always have creative ways to modernize its classic silhouettes. Right now, there’s no question that the Dunk is the brand’s main focus of this era, and one of the newest colorways that will be released to the market in 2022 is this Nike Dunk Low “Paisley” in a simple black and white palette.

From a design perspective, this iteration essentially bears the same concept as the Dunk Low “Black/White” colorway that dropped earlier in the year, but with a subtle-yet-effective twist. Smooth leathers. make up most of the base and come prepared with solid black overlays and crisp, white toe boxes, quarter panels and collars. However, these deviate with stealthy tongues, white mesh interior liners and Swooshes that are decorated with bandana-inspired paisley graphics. Underneath all of that, you can find the midsoles also painted with an angelic skin and the treading completely submerged in all black to string together its panda-esque palette.

Retailers like atmos Tokyo are dropping these on January 1 for ¥12,100 (approx. $105 USD). A stateside launch hasn’t been announced by Nike yet.

For more news in the realm of footwear, Stüssy and are reportedly dropping an Air Max Penny 5 collaboration in the future.

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