A "Chicago Split" Nike Dunk Low Colorway Surfaces

A unique tri-tone take on the classic.

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Continuing to play on its intersection with Jordan Brand, Nike is now readying a new take on the Dunk Low centered around the classic “Chicago” colorway. Now dubbed the Nike Dunk Low “Chicago Split,” the shoe features Air Jordan 1 High “Chicago” color blocking with split elements that express tones of white, gray, black, and red.

The uppers of the shoe features deliver a clean white base accented by contrasting bright red overlays which is continued on the sockliners. Further detailing on the uppers comes in the form of Swooshes split black and gray. Elevating the upcoming release are off white tone midsoles paired with gray, white, and black rubber outsoles.

Take a first look at the Nike Dunk Low “Chicago Split” above. Stay tuned for more release information.

 

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