The Nike Dunk’s flexible approach to design has led the silhouette to many collaborations. The minimalistic design made itself available to endless color and material blocking options for any given collaborator to run free. A perfect example of this is the Nike SB Dunk Low “What The P-Rod”, so is pretty much any Nike Dunk collaboration from over the years. But when Dover Street Market gets their turn at the plate, it’s often done in the simplest of styling. Their efforts on the Air Max 1 back in 2018, and their Air Jordan 1 and Dunk Highs from 2015 show just how basic the brand gets. In comparison, this new DSM x Nike Dunk Low is bold even though it has a monochromatic palette.
The pair is in an all-white makeup including the sole unit, laces, liners, and branding, the pair does not let up in hue save the interior branding hits. The build involves uppers in all-out velour from toe to tail, whereas the tongues arrive in traditional nylon. Additionally the forefoot mini Swooshes appear in an equally-glistening finish, and the pair is completed atop an all-white sole unit, and DSM-branded insoles. Interpreting from the information previously revealed by SHOF we will be witnessing a black/black and black/white colorway in this capsule, so we can predict an all-black look created similar to this pair, and a black/white that could possibly achieve that classic college-style blocking.
No information regarding the release date for the Dover Street Market Dunks has been announced, but one can expect to learn more on the three colorways over the coming months. Fresh and detailed looks at the Dover Street Market x Nike Dunk Low are available, all thanks to woganwodeyang and njssryda respectively.
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