In the world of sneakers, there’s always something exciting happening. This summer, rumors started circulating about a Brogue Wingtip treatment making its way to various Nike lifestyle products. While this particular Dunk Low for grade school doesn’t embody the same traditional design, it pays homage to its distant cousin with a stylish brownscale treatment and plaid detailing.
Taking inspiration from the Air Force 1 Low “Hemp/Coconut Milk” released in September, the Peter Moore design flips the color blocking concept with a dominant brown finish on the smooth leather overlays and tongue tab. The smooth leather base layer, on the other hand, is brought to life with a crisp white hue. But it doesn’t stop there. The tongue construction boasts a vibrant copper corduroy texture, while rope laces and the inner lining add a touch of light tan. And to top it all off, the profile swooshes and heel tabs sport a plaid textile with neutral tones, incorporating the various hues mentioned before.
I know you’re itching for a closer look at the grade school-exclusive Nike Dunk Low “Brown/Plaid,” so feast your eyes on the images below. Stay tuned for more release information, and mark your calendars for the Dunk Low “Día De Muertos” dropping on October 21st.
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