Nike Dunk Low Scrap Black Grey DC9723-001

Release Date:  Tue 30 Nov 2021   8:00 AM GMT

£ 110

Style Code: DC9723-001

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We know what you’re thinking right now after seeing the Nike Dunk Low Scrap Black Grey. So, we’re here to...Read More

We know what you’re thinking right now after seeing the Nike Dunk Low Scrap Black Grey. So, we’re here to assure you that it’s not just another black and grey palette. The classic theme of using shadowed hues is back in the game with a new twist. And this time, the twist is bright and bold because of lemon green accents. Yes, you read that correctly. This Swoosh release from the Dunk series won’t be a boring and plain palette of black and grey. After all, the vibrant volt green colour-pops are enough to take away the spotlight!

Now, here’s the bigger fact about this Nike Dunk Low. It’s not just coming with a twist in its colour scheme but also in the construction. Nike and the team’s Move To Zero initiative are still going on. So, this time the original Peter Moore design will get a DIY vibe with recycled “Scrap” materials. The design looks messy and un-arranged because of the scrap layers taking over each other. Likewise, the colour palette only goes Black Grey with a hint of a lemon volt. The entire silo is the most exclusive look of an eco-conscious sneaker, thanks to the scrap materials. Follow us on @FastSoleUK for more details.

The road of success has been going on for almost four decades for the Nike Dunk Swoosh collection. As a result, this Move To Zero addition to the line-up will simply be another hot hit. The colourway stays simple with Black and Grey, keeping the Yin-Yang attitude. And the volt green twist pops from the sudden strips of embroidery on the sidewall and an eyelet piece. The overlays wear pitch-black and contrast the moody grey underlays. The Nike Swoosh on the sidewall overlaps everything and pops with an even lighter grey.

Leather and nylon mesh (grid textured) craft this Nike Dunk Low trainer perfectly so that the walls are flexible and breathable. The “Scrap” or waste materials from the factory are utilised to create this Swoosh. As a result, each panel looks out of place. But the walls are still sturdy for any performance, regardless of the season. Finally, the white and grey sole finishes it off.

This construction is already a hot topic in the sneaker world. Moreover, it’s not even alone. The Scrap Black White version from the Dunk low series is scheduled this week too. But this particular Black Grey might have to wait for a little to announce a release date.

Nike Dunk Low Scrap Black Grey will release on 30th November via listed UK and European retailers.

Image Credit: sneakernews.com

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