The Nike Dunk Low continues to expand its roster of styles, focusing in particular on the youngest sneaker collectors of the family.
As fall gets going, Peter Moore’s 38-year-old design has widely traded vibrant hues for understated tones, delivering ensembles perfect for the grayer months of the year. A recent makeover exclusive to kids emerged with seemingly-abstract applications of varying shades of grey. Light blue, hot pink, and burnt red also join the mix, animating everything from the toe box to the profile swooshes. Kids’ offerings from the Swoosh has historically opted for playful spins, and the forthcoming Nike Dunk continues to the trend. The sneaker features a number of curved sections that stand out from their surroundings via contrasting colors, a detail that even appears on the outsole. Together, each component helps expand Moore’s design’s legacy into the next 38 years.
Enjoy official photos of the pair, and anticipate a nike.com launch before 2023 ends.
In related sneaker news, the Air Jordan 11 “Gratitude” is set to release for the whole family in early December.
Photos via Nike
Reposted from https://sneakernews.com