Let's explore its history
Last February, the brand with the swoosh plunged into the depths of her archives to find the return of one of the most emblematic of the silhouette namely the Nike Dunk Low “Plum”. Originally released as part of the collection "Ugly Dunkling" which has been deposited exclusively at Japan in 2001, The comeback of the iconic sneaker could delight many collectors.
Like the original model, the top (upper) of the Plum is covered with a Sweden soft and smooth touch. The upper two-tone violet classic put on a mixture of suede and of mesh, while red accents come to decorate the Swoosh as well as tongue and the heel. We will also find a midsole (midsole) white ultra comfortable. To complete it all, the brand of Beaverton aligns the latter with an outsole (outsole) made of rubber in a burgundy shade, thus finalizing the design.
But there is something else that makes this shoe so unique: like a good wine, its color changes over time to a deep burgundy hue.
The pursuit of great returns!
We could have said that with the release of the Nike Dunk Low co.jp Plum, it wouldn't be surprising if Nike decides to also launch the styles "Veneer" and "Ceramic", which are also part of the range "Ugly Dunkling". And it took almost 10 months for them to make their big comebacks. Indeed, the Nike Dunk Low “Veneer” has just seen the light again on November 10, while the “Ceramic” is announced as of November 19. So ready to (re) conquer these new arrivals?
Find the Nike Dunk low “Plum” here.
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Article written by Solal Fima