Nike Dunk Low “Kentucky”: All the release details here

Posted: 11 March 2020 8:42 am


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A brand new colourway is here in the iconic Dunk Low silhouette.

The Dunk Low arrives in a bold "Kentucky" style and this is everything you need to know.

Nike has been giving the Dunk silhouette countless makeovers for some time now. We've seen and loved the collaborations with StrangeLove Skateboards, Supreme and Travis Scott.

About a month ago, Nike dropped the Syracuse sneaker and we like to think of it as the sister to the "Kentucky". Both pairs feature a bold colourway and we are obsessed.

Release date: 14 March. It's not confirmed whether this is a global release date or just for the US but we'll update this information as soon as we get it.

Price: Approximately US$100 which translates to around AUD$150.

Where to shop: The most obvious place you'll be able to pick them up is Nike online. We don't have word on the Australian stockists just yet but watch this space for more information!

In the meantime, you can shop all things Nike from JD Sports, HYPE DC and Platypus Shoes.

The "Kentucky" kick arrives with dark blue hues overlaying the white neutral base. We are loving the smooth leather construction – you can tell these sneakers are going to be super high quality.

While there is no obvious team branding on the shoe, the style is actually created for US basketball team, the Kentucky Wildcats. So if you're a fan of that sports team, these kicks are a must-have.

For more, you can check out Finder's dedicated Nike hub. It's where you can find all the latest news, the best deals and a comprehensive list of release dates.


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