Nike Unveils Its Dunk Low With a Clean Black and White Ensemble

The Swoosh leans on the “Panda” motif once again.

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The sneaker landscape is replete with trending silhouettes, but among the most popular right now is the Dunk. A surplus of colorways will be entering the market throughout the course of 2022, and the latest to join these ranks is a brand new Nike Dunk Low “Black/White” colorway.

This two-toned variation splits its various panels on the upper with two different types of leather. Smoothened-out leather forms the overlays while the toe boxes, quarters and collars are tumbled, all of which are drenched in a solid black hue. Notes of white show face on the Nike checks and the laces, and the tongue and heel branding are whipped up in tonal fashion. Downstairs, the midsoles complement with more white while the treading is dialed to a faded black to complete its reworked “Panda’ motif.

If you’re thinking about adding these to your rotation, you can likely anticipate Nike and select retailers to release these in the coming months for the usual $100 USD.

In case you missed it, early pictures of the Nike Dunk Low “Graffiti” have emerged.

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