Early Glimpse of the Nike Dunk Low "SiEMPRE Familia"

Built with scaly uppers and tribal patterned Swooshes.

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The volume of Dunks that are being churned out by the Nike family at this rate are nearly incalculable, but there’s no indication that this wave is going to slow down in the foreseeable future. Over the course of the coming months the Swoosh imprint is scheming up on dropping a profusion of new colorways, one being this Nike Dunk Low “SiEMPRE Familia”.

While the exact inspiration behind its presentation is still unknown, one thing that is certain is that its moniker is of the Spanish language and it translates to “Always Family” in English. Scaly textures are applied to the the overlays which are dressed with black and gray snakeskin as well as the toe boxes, quarters and collars which more so go for a chameleon green-esque look. The Swooshes and the heel overlays carry heavy tribal energy as it hosts abstract dot and striped patterns throughout, all of which merge blue, orange, red and green accents. Additionally, a frog-like creature appears on the lateral heels to add further animal-inspired elements. Bottoms are crafted with clean white midsoles and com coupled with translucent treading. Additionally, a “SiEMPRE Familia” spell out is printed onto the bold red insoles.

Check out an early look at the pair in the gallery here above.

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