The vast majority of the “Dusty Olive” presents earthy tones, namely an eponymous soft green hue on the mudguard, eyestays and heels and the rich chocolate brown that’s used on toeboxes, quarters, tongues and collars. The last two of these pieces are the only duo to diverge from the upper’s full suede construction, opting instead for a textile build. “Pro Gold” is the final tone used on the top half, adding vibrance to laces, Swooshes and heel tabs alike. Small touches of detail are served by the tongue badge, tongue trim and heel tab branding, while white midsoles and “Pro Gold” outsoles finalize the look.
Nike has yet to announce an official release date for the Dunk Low “Dusty Olive,” but it’ll likely arrive in the coming summer weeks. Expect its MSRP to be set at $100 USD.
Moving from NSW to Nike SB, take a look at official images of the SB Dunk Low “Classic Green.”