First Look: Nike Dunk Low ‘Chenille Swoosh’
The market-defining Nike Dunk has received all kinds of material overhauls of late, the 1980s hooper manufactured in everything from snakeskin, to leopard print and wear-away uppers. The latest Dunk to arrive adopts a chenille Swoosh not seen on a Dunk for quite some time, the furry remix most recently appearing on the Air Jordan 1.
A classic theme inspired by the American Varsity Jacket, the Nike Dunk Low opts for a core, two-toned rendition marked by grey uppers and black overlays. Manufactured in its heritage leather uniform, the Dunk looks to utilise Grind Rubber again for the midsoles, a fundamental design element of their eco-conscious ‘Move To Zero’ catalogue.
The most salient design element, however, is the chenille Swoosh, which sits proudly across the uppers. Interestingly, the Swoosh shape looks more portly than its Dunk counterparts, sitting more closely to its 1970s predecessor, the Blazer.
We don’t currently have release details for the Nike Dunk Low ‘Chenille Swoosh’, but make sure to keep it locked to Sneaker Freaker for updates.
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