Throughout its 36-year history, the Nike Dunk Low has taken on countless ensembles, drawing inspiration from multitudes of places, spaces and things. For its latest “Scrap” iteration, Peter Moore’s iconic design has indulged in a “do-it-yourself,” upcycled construction that contributes to the brand’s “Move To Zero” initiative.
Different from previously-seen styles, the newly-surfaced pair boasts a relatively simple colorway across its asymmetrical arrangement. Classic “Black/White” sets the stage across the non-standard leather and mesh paneling appearing from forefoot to heel. Stitching on the midfoot overlays, as well as at the vamp’s sides, deviate from the “yin-and-yang” color scheme that dominates the Nike Dunk-variant in favor of a bold “LT Lemon Twist.” Canvas replaces traditional “NIKE” branding on the tongue, while the company’s name on the upper heel is embroidered onto mismatched leather swaths. Lastly, sole units opt for a tried-and-proven “White” and “Wolf Grey” combination, the latter taking over the tread.
Enjoy official images of the pair ahead, and anticipate a Nike SNKRS drop soon.
For more from under the NIKE, Inc. empire, check out the Air Jordan 5 “Blue Bird” set to launch October 7th.
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Nike Dunk Low Scrap
Release Date: 2021
Color: Black/White/Wolf Grey/LT Lemon Twist
Style Code: DC9723-001
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