As the Nike Dunk Low continues to emerge in college-friendly colors and outfits inspired by Pride Month, it also keeps developing an experimental roster. Recently, Peter Moore’s 37-year-old design emerged in a predominantly dark-colored ensemble complete with abstract patterns and reflective profile swooshes.
Overlays found around the toe, along the tongue and at the heel opt for a tumbled leather build. The sidewalls’ logos indulge in a iron grey tone that shines silver under the proper lighting conditions; the iconic branding hit complements they charcoal tread underfoot. Tuned-for-basketball midsoles keep things simple in “White,” allowing for the panels visible at the toe box, mid-foot and collar area to revel in the spotlight. A scale-like material makes up the entirety of the Nike Dunk‘s base layer, with hits of grey, white and orange coming together to form some sort of koi fish-reminiscent gradient.
No Nike SNKRS release details have been disclosed by the brand, but that’s likely to change soon. In the meantime, enjoy images of the pair ahead, courtesy of Instagram user @woganwodeyang.
Elsewhere under the NIKE, Inc. banner, dozens of Jordan release dates 2022 have been scheduled for spring.