Yes, even more Nike Dunks are on the way. And if these look slightly familiar, it's because the women's versions of the on-hand colorways released earlier this month. Now, however, men can look forward to the "Vast Grey," "Medium Grey/Varsity Red," and "Black/Hyper Cobalt" iterations launching in February.

For Spring 2021, Nike is bringing a new perspective to the signature color-blocking of the Dunk. Select colorways are nods to classic Dunks, having been updated with the latest advancements by Nike.

The Dunk High "Vast Grey," Dunk Low "Medium Grey/Varsity Red," and Dunk Low "Black/Hyper Cobalt" are due to release for men on February 16.

Read on for more on the men's Nike Dunks that are dropping next month.

Nike Dunk High "Vast Grey"

The "Vast Grey" Dunk High is one of the more undeniably clean colorways of the silhouette. Shades of white and grey come together across the upper to deliver a makeup that can be matched with just about anything. Dress them up or down — there's nothing better than a versatile shoe that can be worn day in and day out.

Nike Dunk Low "Medium Grey/Varsity Red"

Better known as the "UNLV" colorway — a nod to the Rebels of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas — this particular Dunk scheme has appeared numerous times over the years. The "Medium Grey/Varsity Red" rendition was a part of the beloved “Be True to Your School” pack, as the new low-top version closely mirrors the original.

Nike Dunk Low "Black/Hyper Cobalt"

Nike has implemented a classic color combination for the "Black/Hyper Cobalt" Dunk Low. If your mind immediately goes to the collegiate connection, you probably can't help but think of Duke. Nonetheless, the black and blue pairing has appeared on countless Nike silhouettes throughout the brand's history, making it somewhat surprising this colorway hasn't been featured on the Dunk until now.

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