According to reports, Nike will issue a women’s version of its classic Dunk Low sneaker this summer to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Lisa Leslie becoming the first woman to dunk in a WNBA game. The Nike presentation does not mention a release date for the shoe, but it does state that it is intended to commemorate Leslie’s historic dunk, which means it should arrive in July barring any supply chain concerns. Nike is however reluctant to comment on the planned release, despite the fact that the sneaker is yet to be released.
The Nike Dunk Low features purple and gold Los Angeles Sparks colors, a teal Swoosh, and a white midsole. Leslie’s number 9 is also on the heel. It’s likely that the shoe’s design will alter before it goes on sale in stores, which is rather normal.
The Nike presentation for the upcoming Dunk Low does not specify if Leslie will be engaged in the shoe’s release in an official role or if it is simply inspired by her.
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