For all you Nike Dunk Low Women, Flyknit, and “all-black-everything” fans, we’ll give you a moment to breathe. The simple concept of putting all these three elements into one shoe is sure to make your head explode and impressively enough, Nike shows us again why less is more. This latest monochromatic release still holds true to the “simplistic” foundation it was build upon.
Hiroshi Fujiwara’s fragment design imprint helped resurrect such forgotten Nike classics as the Nike LD-1000 with a Nike Dunk Low Men twist last year. Now the dual lightning bolt logo is back at it with the Nike Dunk Low Sale. Based on a retro running model that had a brief run through 1979-1981 during Blue Ribbon Sports’ heyday, the Roshe Daybreak utilizes the patented Roshe Run outsole unit while a bolstered nylon base is accented by suede panels on the toecap and heel.
The Nike Dunk Low Cheap goes all black and white this spring for the two reverse colorways we’re going to dub the “Yin Yang” pack. No, not a reference to the rapping twins, we’re talking about the face that one pair is in a simple white upper with black accents, while the other comes in black with white accents.