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The Nike Dunk High features brown suede bases combined with red-colored stitching.

Currently in its 38th year, the Nike Dunk High continues to play an important role in the brand’s lineup of products.
Ahead of fall, Peter Moore’s iconic basketball sneaker has emerged in several color schemes laden with dark tones. The latest offering from the Swoosh sees shades of off white leather coupled with brown suede panels across the upper. Perhaps a distant cousin of the “Ferris Bueller” Dunks from 2008, the pair’s mostly two-tone mix is offset by ruby-colored contrast via the profile swooshes’ stitching and collar lining. Non-standard basketball logos appear on the sockliners, suggesting the brown, beige, and red offering is part of a hoops-inspired Nike Sportswear collection. Underfoot, an off white midsole is complemented by a brown outsole to complete the fall-friendly finish.
Enjoy official photos of the pair ahead, and anticipate a nike.com launch before autumn rolls around.
For more sneaker news, check out the latest Air Max releases.


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