Visually, the newly-surfaced pair isn’t too far off from a “Laser Orange” option by Nike SB, but the former basketball-silhouette boasts a two-tone color scheme. The more eye-catching hue of the duo overtakes the low-top sneaker’s Air Jordan 1-like overlays across the toe box, throughout the midfoot, and at the heel. The leather base visible in-between indulges in a white makeup perfect for anyone looking to create a “Wu-Tang” Dunk Low custom. Underfoot, sole units further partake in the understated arrangement as white midsoles are complemented by yellow tread.
These dunks are going to release soon for $100.
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