Take an Official Look at the Nike Dunk Low "Reverse Mesa Orange"

A simple spin on a classic colorway.

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Nike offers a Fall-ready spin on the classic Dunk Low “Mesa Orange,” which was originally released in 2002, and recently featured on Dior footwear designer Thibo’s Essentials picks.

The upcoming sneaker maintains the Dunk’s original design language, sporting a smooth white leather upper, orange overlays and laces, and a chocolate brown swoosh on the laterals. Additional Nike motifs can be found on the white fabric tongue tab and heel logo stitching. A crisp white midsole and brown outsole below completes the clean tri-tone look.

Take a closer look at the Nike Dunk Low “Reverse Mesa Orange” above, and expect the pairs to arrive at Nike SNKRS and select retailers this fall.

In other footwear news, Mizuno’s Wave Prophecy and Mujin receive suede makeovers.

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