After showing out on impending renditions of the Air Jordan 6 and the Air Jordan 1 High, the “Bordeaux” motif is now electing to transfer its energy to the
Like many of the Dunk iterations that have been revealed and released over the past year, this newest variation aligns with the popular two-toned trend. The smooth leather toe boxes, quarter paneling, collars, and nylon tongues are all presented in a pure white hue. Its stand out “Bordeaux” shade is what does most of the talking here as it drips on top of the overlays, Swooshes on the lateral and medial walls, interior lining, tongue’s Nike Air branding and the outsoles. One noticeable difference here is that the Nike embroidery on the heels goes for the tonal aesthetic as opposed to arriving in white like many of the college-inspired installments that have been re-released to the market. The mid-section of this lifestyle makeup finishes off with an angelic paint job.
At the time of writing, an official release date has not yet been announced, but it’s likely that SNKRS will be dropping them in the next couple of months.
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