Nike Dresses the Dunk High in "Blue Satin"

Designed to stand out with its material composition.

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For Nike, the Dunk silhouette has served as a key offering in recent years. However, it’s been the Dunk Low and SB Dunk Low versions of the shoe that have seemed to dominate headlines lately. Despite that, the Dunk High has continued to quietly undergo a steady flow of new looks throughout the year.

Arriving in “Blue Satin,” the Dunk High takes on its traditional form with unique detailing and materials. Starting with the upper, its base utilizes a familiar white but opts for tumbled leather. This material choice continues with the Swooshes and heel tabs in black. The overlays take form with a blue satin composition that the colorway’s name references. Pink touches down on the ribbed lining while a white midsole combines with a neon green outsole to complete the look.

Take a closer look at the Nike Dunk High “Blue Satin” above and expect it to arrive in women’s sizing July 7 for $125 USD via Nike and select retailers.

In case you missed it, Nike’s new Spark Flyknit model is arriving in a lavender colorway.

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