The Nike Dunk Low Just Got the Off-White Treatment — Santa, Can You Hear Me?
The latest in footwear news has sneakerheads all across the world buzzing. Nike brought back its Dunk, which originally debuted in 1985, and tapped Virgil Abloh to give the Low style the Off-White treatment. The original Dunks were famous for their colorblock variety. I personally felt cool after I had collected a total of three different variations. These fresh ones — which come in "pine green," "university red," and "university gold" — put my old collection to shame. (From the looks of it, the future may hold additional colorways we haven't even met yet.)
They're equipped with two sets of laces and the signature Off-White cable tie, printed with the OG date of the Dunk sneaker. While this particular collaboration sold out in the blink of an eye (what, like you're surprised?), I suggest watching Nike and Off-White closely in case the brands release more. You could always browse the internet and pay a hefty price for a pair that's already being resold. You do you. From the looks of these low-tops, you've got every reason to add them to the top of your wish list and make a real effort to get your hands on them. Perhaps Santa has his own sneaky tactics? Read on to check out the viral Nike x Off-White sneakers du jour.
Dunk Low 'Nike x Off-White' in University Red
Dunk Low 'Nike x Off-White' in University Red (Sold Out, Retail at $170)
Dunk Low 'Nike x Off-White' in Pine Green
Dunk Low 'Nike x Off-White' in Pine Green (Sold Out, Retail at $170)
Dunk Low 'Nike x Off-White' in University Gold
Dunk Low 'Nike x Off-White' in University Gold (Sold Out, Retail at $170)