Nike's Latest Dunk Low Disrupt 2 Takes a Dip in the Swamp

Outfitted with snakeskin overlays in fluorescent green.

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Adding onto its Dunk Low Disrupt 2 series, Nike gives the silhouette a wild reptile update with the upcoming “Just Do It” colorway. The sportswear powerhouse’ line is known for receiving out-of-the-box designs as they mesh various textures and hues to form new innovative looks that have never been done before. The “Phantom/University Blue/Machalite” variation previously surfaced on the internet earlier this year with a soft mold of a cream canvas base, green suede overlays and an embroidered powder blue Swoosh to top it all off.

This latest shoe takes on a rather spirited approach with a white leather base wrapped in fluorescent lime green snakeskin overlays along with a brown panel sealing the heel and touches of red outlining a sub Swoosh under a mini black duplicate. The accent hues continue to detail the shoe from the eyestays to the heel tab and branding found over a jersey mesh tongue. Gold “DUNK” dubraes are found at the throat of the laces while a white midsole sits atop a Sail-colored outsole reading “Just Do It” stamped below.

The Nike Dunk Low Disrupt 2 “Just Do It” is set to release in the coming weeks at select retailers and via Nike’s website for $110 USD.

In case you missed it, Kyrie Irving’s Nike Dunk Low collaboration has been unveiled.

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