Nike unveils a new version of Dunk Low in clean black and white

The first Nike Dunk was introduced in 1985 and was designed by Peter Moore and is one of the most influential designers in Nike’s history. Bearing similarities to the Jordan I and Terminator – both designs introduced in the same year and designed by the same team – the Nike Dunk boasts the same technology and construction as its siblings. What makes Dunk special, however, is the endless color schemes that have become a defining feature of the shoe.

The world of sneakers is filled with countless designs, but one of the most popular today is undoubtedly the Dunk. A wide range of colorways will enter the market throughout 2022, and the latest to join the ranks will be the Nike Dunk Low “Black/White”. Today, let’s explore this version of sneakers with Storepc.

This two-tone variant divides its different panels on the upper with two different leathers. Smooth leather appears on the overlays while the toe box, cheekbones and collar are all finished in wrinkled leather in a mysterious black tone.

Next, components such as the Nike Swoosh logo, tongue label and heel are all white that will be highlighted in a ton-sur-ton style. Below, the midsole will have a white tone while the outsole will be switched to a matte black tone to complete the “Panda” style of this shoe.

If you’re thinking about adding this version to your collection, be aware that Nike and some retailers will release it in the coming months for $100.

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