As the Nike Dunk Low continues to top wish-lists everywhere, the Oregon-based company has capitalized on the shoe’s popularity to promote its sustainable efforts. Recently, the late Peter Moore’s 1985 design appeared in a straightforward, two-tone color combination seemingly inspired by spring.
- “White” leather sets the stage for a compelling “Lilac” hue that animates overlays around the toe, along the tongue and across the heel.
- “NIKE” and swoosh branding on the tongue label and profiles, respectively, also indulge in the light purple tone, further expanding the Nike Dunk‘s iconic roster of styles.
- Underfoot, the Air Jordan 1-reminiscent sole unit keeps things as simple as the upper, with tread boasting the titular “Lilac” color, all while helping the Swoosh with its eco-friendly efforts (outsoles are made from recycled material).