On-Foot Look at the Cactus Plant Flea Market x Nike Dunk Low
When it comes to cooking up sneaker colabs with Nike, Cynthia Lu's Cactus Plant Flea Market let their imagination run wild to create chimerical designs. This free-spirited ethos has resulted in glowing Air Vapormax 2019s, colourful Blazer Mids, Air Force 1s with Air More Uptempo-style branding and even bedazzled Dunks, but their latest might be their most whimsical sneaker yet: a granola-y Dunk Low that is quite unlike any Dunk Low you've ever seen before!
This Dunk in name only was first leaked back in the early days of January, and now on-foot shot legend @yankeekicks has served up the most detailed look at it yet. Its two main pieces are a puffy, quilted upper built from supple suede and a sludgy, rough-hewn green midsole that's made of rubber but gives off an air of roughly-cut crepe.
Of course, there's plenty of unique branding to be had as well. A single imperfect white Swoosh can be seen on the lateral side of the left shoe, while the lateral half of the right shoe instead opts for a small yin-and-yang logo on the heel. Small forest green Swooshes can be found on each heel, with each tongue featuring a different logo to contrast the mismatching laces. The shoe's only similarity to an original Dunk is the outsole, which boasts a classic traction pattern. A terry cloth towel and extra lace options round off the offering!
A release date for the Cactus Plant Flea Market x Nike Dunk Low has yet to be announced, but we're likely to see it pop up over the course of the next few months.