Nike Dunk High Gets Dressed With "Burgundy Crush" Accents

The women’s-focused colorway also features “Sail” panels across the upper.

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Dunks have been a heavy focus for Nike and its lifestyle footwear category all year long, and its momentum seems as if it will be carried on throughout the rest of 2022 and into the new year. This month, the folks over at the Beaverton juggernaut have lined up several new colorways, one being this Nike Dunk High “Burgundy Crush” for the ladies that is in preparation to hit the shelves.

Official images of the pair give us an in-depth perspective of its crisp, two-toned arrangement. Its titular shade stands out across the base layer by drenching the overlays, laces, Swooshes and Nike Air tongue branding. Sitting adjacent are panels of “Sail” that make up the toe boxes, quarter panels, tongues and collars. The sole unit down below is formed with the same color elements as the midsole section comes covered in “Sail” while the treading gets completely swathed in more “Burgundy Crush” paint.

For those looking to pick up a pair, you can find these released via SNKRS on November 22 for $125 USD.

Elsewhere in sneakers, first images of the Run the Jewels x Nike SB Dunk collaboration have appeared.

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