Official Looks at the Nike Dunk Low "Michigan" and "Team Green"

The Swoosh extends its run of “Be True to Your School” colorways by nodding to a duo of Michigan colleges

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Nike continues to ride the Dunk wave by distributing a smorgasbord of colorways out to the market, and among the most popular are the “Be True to Your School” variations. Next in line for the Dunk Low is the “Michigan” rendition which nods to the home of the Wolverines, in addition to the “Team Green” option that pays homage to the Michigan State Spartans.

Much like the Nike Dunk High “Michigan” that retro’d back in September 2020, one of these forthcoming makeups follows the same exact color cadence, only it’s been chopped down to a lower profile. Smooth leather uppers alternate between “Midnight Navy” overlays while “Varsity Maize” hues plaster all over the toe boxes, quarters, tongues and collars. Bottom pieces go for the two-toned look by arriving with crispy white midsoles and navy treading to complete its University of Michigan — the institution known for breeding the “Fab 5” in Chris Webber, Jalen Rose, Juwan Howard, Ray Jackson and Jimmy King — aesthetic.

Its “Team Green” offering is dialed to match up with the Michigan State school colors — the very college that NBA players like Magic Johnson and Draymond Green attended. Overlays, Swooshes and treading do most of the talking as they are each coated in the shoe’s nominal hue. Elsewhere on these collegiate kicks, you’ll find nothing but bright white finishes.

Both pairs are expected to launch on April 16 in both men’s and adult sizes via Nike SNKRS and select retailers.

For additional sneaker news, check out an official look at the Nike Air Max Pre-Day “Summit White”.

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