Off-White Nike Dunk Low Yellow Toe CT0856-700
Release Date: Thu 31 Oct 2019 8:00 AM GMT
Style Code: CT0856-700
Off-White Nike Dunk Low Yellow Toe is a mixture of modern contemporary and street-ready aesthetics. It’s a leather-on-leather low top boot that flaunts a perfect colourway for the Fall days. Virgil Abloh and his genius moves are about to take over the skateboarding and basketball series soon with a collection of three new colourways. His decision to re-touch the Dunk Low kicks is already breaking the internet! Notably, the search history of sneaker junkies are blowing up right now. Among the three palettes, all of them are in sync with the Fall days. A Pine Green, an University Red, and this Yellow Toe is lining up for the first week of October. It’s great timing because the Fall flair will be on its peak. As a result, you can show off these shoes the way you want.
Abloh’s smart and ultra-contemporary hints from his label OFF-WHITE is clearly visible. This shoe may miss the plastic hang-tag but, the laces and the tiny flag pop up with his signature hot-orange hue. Off-White Nike dual strikes and the classic Dunk Low base are a lethal team-up for every day! Follow @FastSoleUK for more.
The premium leather upper body has a quirky character. Mystique navy leather overlays keep the structure secure and show off the Nike Dunk Low features. Similarly, the laces, inner lining, and the mega Swoosh follow the same tone. A Maize Yellow shade on the leather underlays pops up brightly because of the navy panels. The reason they are calling it Yellow Toe is because of the yellow toe-box. The perforations on the forefoot allow maximum airflow to keep you snug and fresh. A piping hot orange shade hits the cord-laces overlapping the shoe. This feature is a direct hint at Abloh’s unique designs. Orange mini flag on the sidewall and yellow Nike branding finish the look. Finally, a white midsole and black outsole sit underfoot.
Off-White Nike Dunk Low Yellow Toe releases October 31st via listed UK and European retailers.
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