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Some will argue that after more than a year of constant releases, Nike has officially exhausted the Dunk. And while we can't disagree, we'd be remiss if we didn't highlight the brand's new N7 iteration — because — it isn't your average Nike Dunk.
Nike's forthcoming N7 Dunk Low is jam-packed with artisanal flair. Beautifully complementing the purple suede upper is contrasting hand-stitched detailing, in addition to braided leather. While the exposed stitching decorates the toe box and heel, the black braided leather serves as a border for the Swoosh logo on the side, thus extending to the heel.
The luxe craftsmanship doesn't stop there. Swatches of tan leather are stamped with Nike and N7 logos, and applied to the tongue to match the adjacent lace dubraes. The sneaker is then finished with graphic-printed insoles and gum outsoles, as tonal laces round out the design.
The “Dark Raisin/Black/White” Dunk Low will be a part of Nike's larger N7 collection, which celebrates Native American and Indigenous communities in North America. According to @zsneakerheadz, the colorway is slated to release on June 21, although Nike has yet to announce the drop.
Be sure to check back with us for more on the N7 Dunk Low, and in the meantime, shop the best Dunks available for under $200.
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