Brand: Nike

Model: Dunk Low "Camo Pack"

Release Date: August 26

Price: $120

Buy: Raffle at END. Launches, Footpatrol, Nike, BSTN, and Footlocker

Editor's Note: Camouflage season is hot on our heels, and the Nike Dunk Low "Camo Pack" is arriving in perfect time.

Over the years, Nike has proven its proficiency at working with various camo colors and patterns, both classic and contemporary. The Swoosh is never short of new seasonal applications from the 2012 Supreme Air Force 1 Low to Reverse Duck Camo Air Max 90s and several Realtree efforts. With Dunk Low's renewed love and frequent drop schedule, it's no surprise that the silhouette is next up for a daring finish.

The "Camo Pack" is one of those instances where minimalism goes out of the window, and more is more. Arriving as a two-piece offering, each of the "Multi Camo" finishes sit on foundations of black and white. Fans of the Air Max 95 "Greedy" or "ERDL" releases will feel a sense of familiarity with these pairs due to the asymmetrical blocking of patterns across the left and right shoe.

In the same vein as the "Greedy" AM95, the shoes take on a different aesthetic from every angle, making them literal head-turners. Where the white iteration pairs a white leather base with patterned overlays, the black colorway serves as an inverted mirror, with camo underlays and block-colored overlays. Keen eyes will discover a multitude of traditional and contemporary prints within the pack, including woodland, snow, desert, and urban.

Let's be clear, the Nike Dunk Low "Camo Pack" is everything but lowkey. If you're looking to make a statement with your Dunks, you need look no further.

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