The Nike Dunk Low is Readied in an Outdoor-Inspired Tan and Green Palette

Dropping later this year.

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Nike will continue to pump out new Dunk Low releases throughout the remaining months of 2022, preparing a variety of autumnal colorways to keep an eye on. The latest iteration to hit the forthcoming line-up arrives in muted tan and green tones.

This simplistic take on the low-cut silhouette sees tree-like hues all around, featuring pale tan underlays that grace the perforated toe boxes, medial panels, and ankle areas. Muted brown leather decorates the contrasting overlays, running through the mudguards, lacing systems, and heel counters with a sleek identity.

“Forest Green” accents enhance the release, giving the laidback offering a pop of color. The previous adorns the profile Nike Swooshes, extending into the branded backtabs. Beige nylon tongues see white badges that boast Nike lettering, while white laces, midsoles, and green rubber bottoms bring the sneaker to a close.

Take a closer look at this iteration of the Dunk Low in the gallery above, and expect the sneaker to drop via Nike and select retailers later this year for $110 USD.

Elsewhere, Casablanca introduces its inaugural sneaker, the Atlantis.

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