Nike Dunk Low "Light Iron Ore" Is Readied With Glossy and Grayscale Accents

A subtle-yet-effective material change for the classic silhouette.

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A wealth of general releases and collaborations are expected to be produced by the Nike team in the remaining months of 2022, and one silhouette that will continue to be a focal point for the brand is the Dunk. More iterations of the classic offering keep popping up on a weekly basis, and the latest to be unveiled via official imagery is this Dunk Low “Light Iron Ore” colorway.

This latest lifestyle installment leans on a neutral-toned presentation. A bright white tone covers the traditional smooth leather panels that appear on the perforated toe boxes, quarters and collars. Glossy, patent leather materials neighbor these by making up the “Light Iron Ore” overlays around the toe boxes, next to the throat and on the heels as well as the Swooshes which are dipped in all-black. Breaking up the grayscale theme are subtle pops of “University Red” which are laid on the Nike branding that appears on the tongues and heels.

Peep an in-depth look at the kicks in the gallery above and note that Nike will likely be dropping these in the coming weeks.

For other sneaker-related news, Civilist and Nike are reuniting for a heat-reactive Air Force 1 Low collaboration.

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