"Light Carbon" Enlivens the Nike Dunk Low

Combining a white leather base with soft purple overlays.

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If there’s any silhouette in footwear you can definitely expect to see plenty of next year, it’s the Nike Dunk Low. Nike has continued to capitalize on its success with new looks and design modifications and is gearing up to do the same in 2024.

The latest look to appear from the Swoosh sports a “Light Carbon” as its signature hue and white serving as the base. This light purple graces the leather overlays, laces, lining and heel branding while the Swooshes favor a slightly-darker shade with a rough suede. Its tongue features a ripstop construction while the sole unit pairs a white stitched midsole with a semi-translucent purple outsole to complete the look.

While we’ve yet to receive any word from Nike regarding its plans to release this “Light Carbon” iteration of the Dunk Low, it is currently forecasted as a release taking place during the spring of 2024. Stay tuned for updates as it’s likely to arrive via Nike and select retailers at a price of $130 USD.

Looking for more of the latest news from the world of footwear? Be sure to check out the latest shoe to be spotted in Nike’s celebration of the Year of the Dragon next year — a thematic take on the Air Force 1 Low.

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