Nike Dunk Low Surfaces in a Minimal Grey and White Palette

The two-tone iteration is slated to release later this year.

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Nike continues to expand its two-toned iterations of its Dunk Low lineups for the upcoming Fall season.

After announcing the “Reverse Panda” earlier this week, fans can now expect to see a more understated colorway with the release of the grey and white palette. This particular offering sees the classic shoe constructed with a grey tumbled leather base that features white overlays, laces, midsole, and Swooshes. The grey also highlights the mesh tongues, linings as well as rubber outsole to round out the design.

Take a look above at the official images of the Nike Dunk Low arriving in grey and white. The shoe is slated to arrive in the coming weeks in select retailers and on Nike for $110 USD.

In other footwear news, the new Nike Air Force 1 Low has arrived in black suede and orange.

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