Nike Dunk Low Appears in Festive "Easter" Colorway

The holiday-themed kicks feature asymmetrical colorblocking and plenty of pastel tones.

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Spring has officially sprung in the Northern Hemisphere, and Nike is celebrating the change of seasons with a festive women’s Dunk Low “Easter.” Featuring a plethora of seasonally appropriate pastel tones and asymmetrical colorblocking in the vein of the forthcoming Dunk Low “Free.99” collection, the “Easter” is a worthy addition to Nike Sportswear‘s rapidly-expanding Dunk lineup.

White toeboxes, quarters and collars serve as a podium of sorts, allowing the asymmetrically-colorblocked accents to speak in full. On the left foot, the mudguard and lining are done up in pink, the eyestays in green, the heels in blue, the tongue tag in purple and the Swooshes in purple and gray. The right foot opts for a purple mudguard and collar liner, gray and blue Swooshes, blue eyestays, a pink heel and a green tongue tag.

After this mismash of accents, both feet are brought back together by a white nylon tongue, yellow heel tabs with Nike branding and white laces. Down below, each is completed by a white midsole and a yellow outsole with blue and red flecked detailing.

The Nike Dunk Low “Easter” will release this spring — likely around Easter (April 4) — though an official date of arrival has yet to be confirmed by the Swoosh. Its MSRP will be $100 USD.

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