This Nike Dunk Low is Inspired by the Japanese Setsubun Festival
News of this release was first published on January 24, 2022.
Update March 18, 2022: The Nike Dunk Low 'Setsubun' has now been confirmed with the arrival of official images! Check them all out here and stay tuned for the incoming release date and relevant details.
Update February 4, 2022: @die_sel666 has come through with new in-hand shots of the Setsubun-inspired Dunks. No release details have emerged yet.
Next on their list is one part of the Japanese Spring Festival called Setsubun, which is usually held every year on February 3, the day before the beginning of Spring in the traditional Japanese calendar. The occasion itself focuses on rituals that ward off bad fortune and evil spirits with traditions such as throwing soybeans out of the front door or wearing scary oni masks.
The colourway is incredibly pleasing to the eye, boasting a tonal brown and beige look, constructed of a dual leather and suede combination and elevated by the subtle ‘Viotech’ Swoosh and liner. An embroidered graphic detail can be seen on the rear replicating the masks worn with traditional Japanese artwork adorning the midsole.
There’s been no release or official information on the Setsubun-inspired Nike Dunk Low, however stay tuned for the upcoming details.
In the meantime, get a rundown on Nike’s ‘Viotech’ through our Colourway Corral.
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