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Nike Dunk Low “Syracuse”: All the Australian release details here

Posted: 17 February 2020 9:03 am
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This is your first official look at the old (but new) Nike colourway called "Syracuse".

The iconic Dunk silhouette is turning 35 this year.

In true Nike fashion, we're expecting to see loads of different anniversary celebrations drop throughout the year. And it looks like we just got a preview to the first one.

Introducing the Nike Dunk Low, arriving in the statement style "Syracuse".

Release date: Are you an Aussie sneakerhead? Good news, this style is now available, as of the 15 February. A North American release will likely follow in the next few months.

Price: US$94 or approximately AUD$140.

Where to shop: It's not confirmed whether the release will hit the official Nike store but we've got our fingers crossed. At this stage, you can shop from Aussie exclusive sneaker stores like Subtype and Up There Store.

If you're a loyal Nike fun, you'll know that this isn't a new colourway. It originally debuted on a Dunk High, instead of a Dunk Low. It was part of a 1985 project called Be True To Your School, paired alongside a bunch of other college themed sneakers.

The shape may be different but it still manages to incorporate the same colour blocking and oversized proportions.

We're loving the vivid orange against the crisp white leather. As you can see below, the bright colour is featured on the mudguard, eye stays, Swooshes, rear pieces, heel tabs, laces and outsoles.

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

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Keen to check out more of our favourite sneaker drops? You absolutely need to check out this killer pair of Nike Adapt BB 2.0 sneakers (that you can buy now), as well as the beautiful Air Jordan 1 Low "Paris" sneaker.


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