The “Scrap” is far from the standard two-tone style and full leather build used on many a Dunk: instead, it mixes leather with mesh and suede in abstract style. Though the most prominent colors are a trifecta of brown shades, the “Scrap” also supplies everything from rich blue-green on the Swooshes to hits of yellow and the eyestays, purple strips on the toebox and red semi-circles on the forefoot. There’s also details like alternate stitching patterns on the mudguards and new-jack Nike hits on tongues and heels alike. Though the upper is indeed wild, it’s brought back down to earth with a classic white midsole and gum outsole.
At the time of writing, a release date and pricing information for the Nike Dunk Low “Scrap” have yet to be revealed. However, it’ll likely debut sometime this summer or fall.
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