We're not even a full week into April, and the month is already jam-packed with Dunk news from Nike. One of the latest pairs of the ever-popular basketball-turned-lifestyle sneaker to surface is the Dunk High 'Obsidian,' a two-tone blue style that's essentially a darker-tinted version of the famed Dunk Low 'Argon' – a 2001 CO.JP release that saw some recent shine of its own thanks to a Union colab.
The 'Obsidian' stakes its claim with a richly-coloured upper that combines ultra-dark blue tumbled leather toeboxes, quarter panels and collars with smooth royal blue leather mudguards, eyestays, heels, heel tabs and collar flaps. Both blue tones are brought together in harmonious fashion on the nylon tongue, while white Swooshes, laces and midsoles ensure there's a little extra contrast in the mix and bright blue outsoles round off the look.
The Nike Dunk High 'Obsidian' has yet to receive an official drop date, but when it does hit shelves it'll be available in both adult and grade school-sized pairs, the former of which will be priced at $110.
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