Nike Dunk Low shoes have been dominating the sneaker world for quite some time now. Therefore, the Swoosh label never hesitates to introduce new colorways and styles of Dunk Lows.
As the winter season sets in, Nike is ready to release its winter-appropriate Nike Dunk Lows, like the upcoming “Grand Purple” iteration. The signature two-tone sneakers are adorned with chenille swooshes for plushness.
The next “Grand Purple” variant of the Nike Dunk Low silhouette is set to hit shelves on December 2, 2022. These stylish shoes will ship online and to stores from Nike and a few of its partner retailers. Each pair of these Dunk Lows will set you back $120.
Nike Dunk Low will arrive in a “Grand Purple” makeup with a chenille swoosh and teal accents
We regularly get an exclusive look at new Nike Dunk Lows, like “Bright Spruce Velvet,” “Reverse Brazil,” “Halloween,” “Fur and Bling,” “Mars stone” and other colorways, which have appeared in recent months with unique changes. For example, the “Shiny Spruce Velvet“The shoe was made from velor textiles instead of typical leather panels.
While the shoe’s fundamental design hasn’t changed since its introduction in 1985, there have been some significant changes, such as with the upcoming Nike Dunk Low University “Grand Purple”.
Nike mentions the origin and evolution of its legendary Nike Dunk line on its official website,
“From backboards to skateboards, the influence of the Nike Dunk is undeniable. Although introduced as a basketball shoe in 1985, its flat, grippy soles were perfect for an overlooked athletic community: skaters. Discovering a subculture hungry for creativity as much as functionality, Dunk has released decades of countless colorways that continue to capture the souls of skaters from coast to coast.
The entire shoe is wrapped in a Sail/Grand Purple-Neptune Green-Grand Purple-Black color scheme. The silhouette, which basically has a two-tone construction, is covered in a crisp white hue with purple leather accents strewn all around. Sleek white leather is donned through the toe box, midfoot panel, and heel overlay, while purple leather is applied to the mudguard, seat stays, and heel overlay.
Cotton lace loops running up the white mesh tongue flap to the purple tongue label and sock liner add more pops of purple. One of the most notable changes is the massive Nike Swoosh, covered in teal piping and outlined in black chenille.
Nike branding is featured on the back of the purple heel tab in the same teal as the piping around the swooshes. The trainers are completed with a Dunk sail midsole that is perfectly bonded to a purple rubber outsole to match the rest.
Set your reminders for the upcoming Nike Dunk Low University “Grand Purple” shoes that will kick off the shoe brand‘s December sneaker release. Dunkheads and other interested readers are encouraged to subscribe to Nike’s official site for further updates on the pairs.