Brand: Nike

Model: Dunk Low

Release Date: May 20

Price: $120

Buy: Retailers such as Sneakersnstuff and Voo Store

What We’re Saying: With no shortage of Dunks on the market, the floodgates remain open ushering more and more colorways our way. It can be somewhat difficult to determine which pair is a cop and which is a drop, but one new iteration in particular has caught our eye, the "Lemon Drop" Dunk Low.

One of the best colorways to surface this year, the "Lemon Drop" features a light-colored tumbled leather upper with suede overlays. The Nike Swoosh on the side is appropriately done up in a yellow hue, as the materialization is designed to mimic the texture of a lemon peel. Further playing on the theme, a lemon emerges in the form of an embroidered motif towards the heel. Traditional Nike branding appears on the tongue, heel, and insole to complete the zesty design.

While it remains to be seen when the "Lemon Drop" Dunk Low will launch through Nike SNKRS, retailers such as Sneakersnstuff have the colorway releasing on May 14. In the meantime, you can check out more of 2021's best Nike Dunks here.

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