Off-White™ and s Dunk Low “The 50” collection has started to appear in the hands of the lucky “Early Access” winners, but not every pair has been officially seen as of yet — but thanks to the likes of @teddyssole, we can now see #33 out of #50 in full detail.
Like the pair that comes after (you guessed it, #34), the Nike Dunk Low is made from a mixture of cream-white leather for the base, hitting up areas such as the perforated toe box, mid-panel underlay, and parts of the heel, and gray suede for the overlaying components, appearing on the toe and vamp, mid-panel to the eyestay placket, Swoosh emblem, rear-quarter, and heel.
From #2 through to #49 in “The 50” collection, each iteration appears in a gray-white make-up that utilizes a different material composition per pair (and some different hues to separate each version), while the very first and last pairs offer a different aesthetic making them far rarer. Regardless, each is highly sought-after and is marked with Virgil Abloh’s usual stamps, from the branding on the medial rear-quarter to the silver foil-esque debossed code on the lateral side, which sits above a rubberized green marble-effect midsole plug that denotes which number this pair is.
Nike branding has been placed vertically along the side of the soft pink exposed mesh tongue, while a hole has been cut out of this in a nod to Off-White™’s current branding. Additionally, red rope laces weave across the entirety of the upper but are merely aesthetical, as standard “SHOELACES” still appear along the shoe’s tongue.
As @teddyssole notes, #33 is exclusive to the Asian market, but that hasn’t stopped resellers from listing pairs on sites such as StockX.
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