The Nike Dunk has united successive generations in defiant spirit. Whether symbolic of a basketball team, art movement or metal band, the opportunity for self-expression rooted in collective cultural identity has defined the model. In 2021, the Dunk's legacy continues with new colorways and, undoubtedly, new adventures.The first three arrive in January for the Dunk Low — black/white, red/grey and sail/coast — and will bring new perspective to the Dunk's iconic color-blocking. The black/white comes in men, women and kid's sizes; red/grey in men and kid's sizes; sail/coast will be available exclusively in women's sizing.
The Nike Dunk Low Premium Medium Curry dresses the retro silhouette in a suede upper finished in warm, autumnal hues. A cream-hued base is contrasted by curry brown overlays at the toe and heel, while Fossil coloring is applied to the Swoosh and heel tab, the latter marked with traditional Nike branding. The low-top rides on a durable rubber cupsole, featuring a grippy traction pattern virtually identical to another mid ‘80s hoops shoe, the Air Jordan 1.
Jordan launches the exclusive Air Jordan 13 Retro Wheat in a combination of golden brown and yellow colors perfect for winter month stylings. There is an exquisite suede material which covers the upper part of the sneaker, and the model is perfectly finished with a classic gum sole.Unlike the Air Jordan 13 “Wheat” from 2004, this release will come fully covered in the “Wheat” makeover. While the colors are synonymous with the winter elements, the soft suede materials calmly contrast those with understated style.