The Nike Dunk Low Takes on a Familiar “Goldenrod” Colorway
Nike is all ready to give light to the Dunk Low drenched in an acquainted “Goldenrod” colorway. The kicks that were manufactured for the Iowa Hawkeyes in 1985 as part of Nike Basketball‘s “Be True to Your School” pack, was initially revitalized in 1999 by the Dunk High “Wu-Tang,” and then later skate-ified in 2005 by the SB Dunk High “Iowa” are now yet again brought back into the present day by 2020’s Dunk High “Varsity Maize” plus 2021’s Air Jordan 1 “Pollen,” to name a few. The black and yellow “Goldenrod” color scheme has been alive through many Nike Sportswear, Nike SB and Jordan Brand spectrum, but this marks its low-cut Dunk debut.
If you’re already not familiar, the Dunk Low “Goldenrod” style amalgamates yellow leather mudguards, eyestays, Swooshes, collar flaps and heel tabs with black leather toeboxes, quarters and collars. The tongues are crafted of black nylon as well as ornamented with a yellow tag detailing plus trim. The laces’ features are also yellow, and a black Nike spell out appears on the heel. The insole’s Nike graphic appears in bright orange to color block, and down below white midsoles with the yellow outsoles complete the look.
The Nike Dunk Low “Goldenrod” is yet to receive a release date but one can expect its release this fall priced at $100 USD.
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