Nike Dunk Low Takes a Step Towards Sustainability with “Alabaster” Coated Solution for Easter Season

Spring is here, and Nike is hopping into the eco-friendly sneaker game once again. The iconic Nike Dunk Low is leading the charge with its latest drop, the “Alabaster” edition, showcasing the brand’s dedication to sustainability in the footwear industry.

Staying true to the beloved two-toned color scheme that has become synonymous with the Dunk Low silhouette, the “Alabaster” version features a sleek white leather upper and a textile tongue. But what really sets this iteration apart is the attention-grabbing overlays and profile swooshes, boasting a subtle yet captivating yellow tint. This burst of color extends beyond the upper, spreading to the laces, tread, and heel tab, creating an irresistible contrast. And let’s not overlook the striking white Next Nature logo that stands out against the sea of yellow on the insoles and inner lining, adding a touch of spring finesse to the ensemble.

While sneakerheads eagerly await the Spring 2024 release, you can get your sneak peek at the Nike Dunk Low Next Nature “White/Alabaster” here. Can’t wait to get your hands on a pair? Well, you don’t have to! These kicks will be available for the retail price of $115, and we’ve got the inside scoop and exclusive first-look imagery to hold you over until then.

In other thrilling news from the sneaker world, the Book 1 “Grey/Orange” recently made its highly-anticipated debut, driving footwear enthusiasts wild.

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