Nike’s iconic Dunk Low may have lost some of its resale value over the years, but it remains one of the most coveted sneakers in the market. Designed by the legendary Peter Moore, who also brought us the Air Jordan 1, this silhouette has transcended its basketball roots to become a symbol of rebellion for skaters, punk artists, and other nonconformist figures worldwide. While some Dunk styles push the boundaries with wild color schemes and unconventional concepts, the understated ensembles are currently taking the spotlight.

In its 38th year, the Dunk Low has recently emerged in an effortlessly cool navy and black colorway. Unlike the attention-grabbing collaborations from Nike SB, this pair opts for a dark blue hue as the base layer, creating a striking contrast with the pitch-black swooshes and branding. The outsole brings everything together with an all-black finish, while the unexpected pop of bold royal blue on the sockliners adds a touch of intrigue.

As of now, Nike has yet to reveal any specific launch details on their website, but expect the release information to drop in early 2024. In the meantime, feast your eyes on these detailed photos of the navy-colored sneaker and start saving up, as it is expected to retail for $115 USD.

And if you’re hungry for more news from Nike, Inc., keep an eye out for the Air Jordan 11 “Gratitude” set to drop for both adults and kids in early December. It’s another must-have addition to your collection.

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