Nike Dunk Low “Light Iron Ore” Bears Multi-Colored Accents

Neutral-toned uppers are met with primary-colored accents

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If there’s one phrase out there right now that can describe Nike‘s business model for its beloved Dunk, it’s “strength in numbers.” The silhouette has reached a new level of mass appeal and as a result, will be released in an assortment of new colorways in the coming weeks. One rendition that’s expected to trickle out into the market is the Nike Dunk Low “Light Iron Ore.”

The overall design of this iteration leans on neutral tones to make up most of the base while multi-colored hits play supporting roles. Its nominal shade arrives on the buttery suede overlays across the forefoot, heels and next to the throat. Sitting adjacent are tumbled leather toe boxes, quarters and collars, all of which are devised with pure white exteriors. Primary colored accents then take shape on the Swooshes which are dripped in a bold red, the miniature forefoot Swooshes that appear in yellow, heel overlays that are fashioned in green and outsoles which are splashed with a blue paint job.

Peep a closer look at the pair here and note that these should be released in the coming weeks for $100 USD.

For other sneaker-related news, check out Eminem’s Shady Records Nike Air Max 97s that are being sold for $50,000 USD.

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