Breaking up the parade of two-tone styles we’ve seen in recent weeks,
Three patterns are used: classic woodland camo, vivid tiger camo and combat-ready flecktarn camo. Each is placed in asymmetrical fashion across the upper’s ripstop toeboxes, quarters and collars — for example, the left toebox uses woodland camo while the right opts for flecktarn camo — and is bordered by rich black tumbled leather on the mudguard, eyestays and heel.
The detailing doesn’t stop there, however. Black nylon tongues feature an olive leather badge with black Nike Sportswear branding, and a similar olive shade is used on the midfoot Swooshes. Mirroring the collage-like stylings of the upper, heel tabs each feature different hits: the left shoe supplies an olive Nike spellout, the left shoe a blaze orange Nike Basketball logo. White midsoles and olive outsoles round off the look.
At the time of writing, a release date for te Nike Dunk Low “Crazy Camo” has yet to be announced. However, it’ll likely hit retailers later this summer.
Elsewhere in the world of footwear, it’s been rumored that G-Dragon will receive a signature PEACEMINUSONE x Nike sneaker.