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The Nike Dunk Low is illuminated by stereo graphics.

In the midst of spring, Nike introduced a reimagined Swoosh logo for yet another expansive inline collection. Setting up shop across a duo of Air Force 1’s and a greyscale Nike Dunk High, the low-top cut of Peter Moore’s iconic design now dresses in a laid back color blocking infused with elements of stereo sound equipment.
Dividing its upper into a trio of hues, both tumbled and flat leather textures pair together to outfit the front half of the silhouette exclusively in a light “Sail” tint that comes contrasted via the slightly darker nubuck mid-foot Swoosh and collar overlay. Treating its nylon liner, foxing and tongue tab to a jet-black departure, the crisp white laces and midsole immediately brighten the ensemble alongside a baby blue semi-translucent tread underfoot. Accompanied by oval Swoosh logos at the heel, a bright blue and black sketched graphic depicting both a stereo and downtown street coats the insoles for a lively conclusion to the otherwise simplistic composition.
While a release date has yet to be confirmed, in the meantime enjoy official images of the Nike Dunk Low “Music Stereo” below.
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