Prior to becoming what it is today, the Nike Dunk offered a plethora of GR colorways, many of which sat on the shelves throughout the decade. Among the past-offered footwear, the brand often used a vintage aesthetic, which will be featured not only on the Dunk Low “Vintage Navy” but on the accompanying “Vintage Green.”
Like its darker counterpart, the latter adorns its midsole with a “Sail” finish. The laces have also been given a yellowed finish, while the tongue and base remain solid white. The green overlays’ leathers contrast with their subtle tumbling and patina, which closely resembles older pairs.
Check out the official images below, and look for the shoes to hit Nike.com and select retailers next year.
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