Nike Further Echoes Aged Shoes With The Dunk Low “Vintage Green”


Before becoming what it is today, the Nike Dunk offered a plethora of GR colorways, most of which sat on the shelves through the course of the 2010s. And among the past-offered, the brand often made use of a vintage aesthetic, one that’s returning next year atop not only the Dunk Low “Vintage Navy” but also the accompanying “Vintage Green.”

Much like its darker counterpart, the latter dresses its midsole with a “Sail” finish. The laces, too, are given a yellowed look, while the tongue and base underneath keep to a pristine white. Over top, the green overlays’ leathers contrast with their subtle tumbling and patina, which more closely resembles pairs far older.

For a close-up look, check out the official images below. A release is likely to hit and select retailers next year.

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