Following the release of Nike’s “Greyscale” Dunk Low’s, the sportswear giant is now adding its latest iteration of the shoe to its arsenal. Introducing the
Coming in two different colorways, the sneaker features mismatched lace tips along with clip-blade lace dubraes. The red, blue, and white color palette has also been modeled from the classic appearance of barbershop poles. A graphic hair-like pattern has been introduced on the heels, while the white midsole features scissor graphics on the bottom. Finishing up the design is the clean Swooshes on the midfoot, tongue tags, “NIKE” embroidered at the heels, and light blue rubber outsoles.
You can have a closer look at the Nike Dunk Low “Barbershop” above and the styles are set to release on June 17 on the official Nike website for $110 USD each.
In other footwear news, Tom Sachs has announced the re-release of the NikeCraft “General Purpose Shoe.”