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Brand: Nike

Model: Dunk Low

Key Features: The "Orange Pearl" Dunk Low boasts a two-toned design with a leather upper and perforated toe box. Nike branding appears on the sneaker via the Swoosh on the side, "Nike" tongue tag, and "Nike"-embroidered heel counter.

Release Date: February 11

Price: $100

Buy: Nike

Editor’s Notes: After releasing a string of new colorways in January, Nike will be delivering a holiday-appropriate iteration of the Dunk for Valentine's Day. Here, we get our first look at the "Orange Pearl" pair, which actually bears more of a pinkish tint.

The "Orange Pearl" Dunk Low is a women's-exclusive that features a classic two-toned design. The dominant pastel shade is complemented by hits of white, as the soft hues come together to offer Dunk heads a considerably clean colorway.

Nike has yet to share official launch information for the pair, but a release is expected to take place on February 11, just days before Valentine's Day. Retail will likely be $100.

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