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Nike’s ongoing “Move to Zero,” which is what the brand is calling its pledge to become more environmentally conscious, has seen the Swoosh release sustainability-focused projects such as Space Hippie, as well as use more recycled materials in some of its classic silhouettes. The latest to get a makeover is the Nike SB Dunk Low.
As previewed by Nike SB’s Eric Koston, the above Nike SB Dunk Low looks to feature a Crater sole, which has been used on a number of other sneakers over the past few months, most notably the Air Jordan 1. Additionally, the upper looks to use less dye and most likely also uses recycled materials.
So far there is no news on when this pair will be released, however, it will follow in the footsteps of the more consciously-designed “Community Gardens” Nike SB Dunk Low, which dropped last month and proved highly popular. As always, stay tuned for further updates.
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