The Swoosh keeps expanding its collection of Nike Dunk proposals. They are paying homage to a variety of HBCUs and imitating Japanese stitching techniques like Sashiko. The Beaverton-based business is utilizing a variety of Swooshes to aid in the development of this grade school model. As they refuses to overlook the youth’s potential to join in one of the most celebrated styles of the year.
The forefoot’s vamp and mudguard have a light cream tint with a silver micro Check. On the other hand, the midfoot panel introduces a greyscale pattern. Each panel of the shoe appears to have its own aesthetic. The model’s collar matches the color of its forefoot. However, the panel presiding above has a darker grey color with a sporadic undertone of green. Before the brilliant “Royal Blue,” a clean white midsole, mesh tongue construction, and laces provide a quick reset. A heightened splash of color is added by the swooshes, tongue logos, and raised embroidery on the heel tab. The splash contrasts with the baby blue of the quarter overlay, heel stitching, and tread.
Enjoy the official pictures of this kids-only Nike Dunk Low. While we wait for further information on the release when it becomes available.
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