The Oregon-based sportswear brand has become a household name, and to some extent, that can be attributed to the Nike Dunk Low silhouette that has changed the dynamics of the streetwear scene since its inception in 1985. This iconic shoe is ready to welcome a fresh “Sail Blue” color palette.
The next edition of the Nike Dunk Low “Sail Blue” shoes will hit the market in the coming weeks. While interested buyers will need to stick around for the official drop date for these pairs, they will be redeemed through Nike and other select retail chains. Each pair will cost you $110.
Nike Dunk Low appears in a Sail Blue colorway with Red and Yellow accents
The Nike Dunk is one of the most sought after shoes the brand has ever developed. It debuted as a hybrid of three Nike shoes in 1985: The Legend, The Terminator and Jordan 1.
Most of the sneakers made during this period were all white or solid in color before the first Dunk shoe hit the scene. This sparked a color blocking revolution, and eventually it began to rule the streetwear industry.
Over the years, the Swoosh label has flooded the footwear market with countless new colorways as part of its collaborative releases. Likewise, earlier this month, Nike showed off their “Khaki”, “Minimal Grey”, “Reverse Panda”, “Beetroot”, and “Sesame” colorways, to name a few.
The brand further unveiled its association with Cactus Plant Flea Market (CPFM) to launch the oddly Grinch-inspired Dunk Low. After so much over the past few days, we have received a new “Sail Blue” version of the Nike Dunk Low which will be shipping in the coming weeks.
The most recent Nike Dunk Low is inspired by the design of the American Mint and has already amassed a dazzling selection of colors and collaborations.
Although most of the uppers are made with premium “Sail White” leather as the dominant makeup, the contrasting and cool “Sail Blue” tonal hits are used in different places.
These blue details are noticeable on the prominent swooshes placed on the sides and the tabs that accompany them. These tongues are adorned with NIKE swoosh branded labels. Here, radially aligned toe perforations further enhance breathability.
NIKE branding on the insoles, back tongue and top tongue is styled in the original typeface used on US dollar bills with white, gold and blue highlights. To complete the pair, a white midsole is paired with a traditional gum outsole.
Don’t forget to grab these new Nike Dunk Low “Sail Blue” low top shoes that will be releasing in the coming weeks. With a retail price of $110 for each pair, the shoes will be available for purchase at online stores from Nike and a few other retailers. Readers are urged to subscribe to the brand’s official webpage for timely updates.