The Nike Dunk has taken the world by a storm. In the past few years, the retro culture became a huge trend, making the vintage a new modern. Nike recognized the customers needs long time ago, making huge retro releases and new colourways of this signature silhouette every year. The simple yet effective design is a staple in streetwear culture. You can see them everywhere these days. The only thing bad about their rising popularity is that they are becoming extremly hard to find. If you don’t cop them on their official release date, be ready to search every resale platform. Besides that, their resale value is equally rising. Not to worry, we have all the details about the upcoming releases, so you can prepare and cop your favorite pair for a reasonable price.
Wmns Nike Dunk Low ‘Medium Olive’
What a better way to introduce the fall than with the Medium Olive Dunks. This womens shoe dresses the archival hoops shoe in the signature two-tone color block. Originating from Be True to Your School series from 1985, the shoe’s popularity rises every day with retro releases and brand new colourways. Featuring an all-leather upper combinig olive green with crisp white, the shoe is a classic piece you need to have in your closet. The Swoosh is colored in olive green as well as the overlays. Nike of course thought about the comfort of the shoe adding a lightweight foam wedge for a cushioned ride. The pair is set to release on September 20th for a retail price of $110.
Wmns Nike Dunk Low ‘Quilted Wheat’
Straying away from the original color-blocking, the Nike Dunk Low in Quilted Wheat colorway bring a stylish makeover of the silhouette. Designed by Nike’s famous Peter Moore, the silhouette enjoys huge sales and it is most definetly one of the most searched for pieces in the past few years. The leather upper is colored in wheat hues featuring a faux quilted detailing on the collar, quarter panel and toe box. What makes them different and unique is the cupsole tooling which is highlighted by white sidewalls. A perfect choice if you’re a fan of neutrals and elevated style. The release of this model is confirmed for September 20th with a price of $120.
Nike Dunk High ‘Lakers’
Good news for Lakers fans! Nike announced the release date for the Lakers Dunks. The shoes feature the signature team colors purple and gold yellow. The leather upper combines the two with side pannels in yellow gold and overlays in purple. The Swoosh branding also blends in with purple, with contrast yellow shoelaces. Breaking the color blocking is the white midsole. Also, there is no official team logos on the sneaker, so you can sport them even if you’re not a die-hard fan of Los Angeles Lakers. The shoe is set to release on Thursday, September 22nd, with a price of $125.
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Nike Dunk Low ‘Argon’ 2022
Brace yourselves, Nike is bringing the Japan-exclusive colorway back! Nike Dunk Low Argon returns the silhouette that launched in 2001, combining two shades of blue on the leather upper, marine blue and powder blue while the Swoosh remains in crisp white as well as the midsole. The tongue is made from breatheable nylon tongue with woven Nike tag, while the leather back displays Nike branding in slanted block lettering. This silhouette definetly stands out among the dunks because of its distinctive colorway, making them the most expensive dunks in resale market. If you want to cop them for a reasonable price of 130$, get ready for their official release on September 23rd.
Nike Dunk Low ‘Wolf Grey Pure Platinum’
Retro style gets its refined makeover with the Nike Dunk Low in ‘Wolf Grey Pure Platinum’. The neautral palette makes them a perfect style for every outfit and combination you have in mind. The leather upper features platinum-hued colors mixed with grey suede and white Swoosh on the sides. Adding to this elevated style are the rope laces which secure the upper and exposed blue stitching around the tongue and featured on corners. The sole matches the upper, with grey sidewalls and translucent rubber outsole. The silhouette is set to release on September 23rd, through Nike and selected retailers for the price of 160$.