Don’t Miss the Nike Dunk Low ‘Panda’ March 2023 RestockRelease: 29 March 2023
Style Code: DD1391-100
Style Code: DD1391-100
News on this release was first published on December 6, 2020.
Update March 22, 2023: The Nike Dunk Low ‘Panda’ is set to restock again! Select retailers across Asia and the US will release their pairs between March 23 and 29.
Update February 24, 2023: ‘Panda’ Dunks may be all over the streets, but they’re not easy to acquire if you’re not keeping your eye on the restock ball. Your next chance is coming up, with pairs loaded for March 3. Scroll down for more.
Update December 15, 2022: Good news for fans of the ‘Panda’ Dunk! Nike are set for yet another restock of the popular colourway, the model scheduled to release again on January 19, 2023.
Update October 20, 2022: The date for the next Dunk Low ‘Panda’ restock has been locked in for November 5 on the Nike webstore and October 29 via Foot Locker.
Update September 19, 2022: If you still haven’t acquired the Nike Dunk Low ‘Panda’, you’re in luck! Pairs will be restocked in all sizes via the Nike app on October 14 at 10:00 AM EST.
Update January 20, 2022: The Nike Dunk Low Black/White hit shelves back in 2021 and now almost a year later the fan-favourite will be receiving a restock! As per sneaker sleuth @zsneakerheadz, they are expected to land on February 2 via the SNRKS app. Who's doubling up?
Nike sure ain’t done with the Dunk. The final three weeks of the year are already loaded for a couple of upcoming colourways, but the kick circus carries over into January 2021, when a new slew of Dunks are due to hit, including this simple black and white colourway.
Two-toned black and white Dunk Lows are by no means earth-shattering news, and there is only so much that can be written on the topic, but discerning sneakerheads can still pick out intriguing details. At surface level, it’s a pretty conventional build using leather uppers paired to nylon tongues, mesh lining, and a rubber sole. But closer inspection notices minutiae like a different type of shoelace used. They’re flat, but not as wide as the variant used on 2020’s Dunk releases. But the mesh used for the lining appears to be the same as recent editions, and so is the thin nylon tongue with woven tongue label. Pretty hard to get that wrong, though some aficionados would prefer a bit of padding. However, beggars can’t be choosers, especially as Dunks will continue to be the hot ticket item in the coming months.