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At this rate, everyone is likely to get a turn reworking the Nike Dunk before we hit 2022. Next up is none other than powerhouse retailer, Dover Street Market, who is certainly no stranger to a Swoosh collaboration.

According to Fullress, who gives us our first look at the DSM x Nike Dunk Low, the retailer has three Dunk colorways in the pipeline. In addition to the on-hand white pair, a black iteration is expected, as well as a black and white rendition.

From the leaked imagery, we see Dover Street Market's Dunk featuring what appears to be a velour-like material on the toe guard, heel, and Swoosh branding alongside. The monochromatic palette is somewhat of a hallmark for DSM, especially when it comes to its Nike collabs. In addition to the customary Swoosh on the side, the Dunk is marked with a smaller Swoosh at the toe and a co-branded logo on the tongue tag. Furthermore, one insole is stamped with the Nike Sportswear logo, while the other is graced with DSM's hut insignia.

News of the three Dover Street Market x Nike Dunks arrives as the retailer recently partnered with Vans for an exclusive footwear release. Unfortunately, this is all we have on the reported drop for now, but as always, be sure to check back with us for new details. In the meantime, you can take a look at some of 2021's best Dunks here.

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