As long as the Dunk is the center of attention amongst crazed sneakerheads,
No official information has been released about the shoes just yet, but based off of the first glance of kicks, we can already tell that these carry a substantial amount of nature-inspired sensibility. For this forthcoming installment, Cynthia Lu completely revamps the look and feel of the classic basketball-turned-lifestyle silhouette by forming the uppers with quilted triangles and mossy green suede overlays. On the right shoe, you’ll find an oversized yin and yang insignia embroidered into the lateral heel while the left shoe has a duo of Swooshes — one oversized on the quarter and a tinier version by the collars — embedded into its lateral wall. Additionally, the left shoe bears thick, skater style shoe laces and Nike Air tongue branding while the other side is styled with brown rope laces and a CPFM Nike insignia. The interior mesh lining deviates between each kick as well, the left arriving with a brown interior while the right side skews to an olive green. Heat map graphics also arrive on the shoe inserts in similar fashion to the brand’s past Nike collaborations.
Additionally, the midsole pieces appear as if rough grayish green cement were purposefully smeared all of them. Peep a first look at the pair above and note that these should be dropping to the public in the coming months.
In other sneaker news, Air Jordan 1 Low Golf is dropping in a “Chicago” themed colorway.