With the Dunk Low, the silhouette the pair is derived from, set to celebrate its 40th Anniversary soon, Nike has been ramping up Dunk Low releases. The model, designed by Peter Moore has also become the perfect canvas for collaborations, including recent examples like the CLOT What The Dunks, Crenshaw Skate Club SB and the TIGHTBOOTH SB.
As for the upcoming inline Remastered edition, the pair features a bold face with colored laces that are somewhat reminiscent of a Lanvin Curb sneaker. Other details include “Phantom” white leather making up a majority of the outer with touches of “Black” and “Dark Russet” to accent.
Additional materials used to round out the design include mesh and ripstop, as well as an exaggerated fabric pull tab that runs down the front of the tongue. Other details include a black rubber outsole, a black sockliner and the use of Nike’s Zoom Strobel cushioning system for comfort.
While an exact release date has not yet been announced, the pair, thought to be released exclusively in women’s sizes, will retail for $125 USD and should be available soon on Nike’s official site and at select retails.
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