Off-White x Nike Dunk Low Pine Green sneakers: First look
See the first images of the new collaborative streetwear kicks.
Following Off-White's spring/summer 2019 fashion show where we got a first glimpse of the Off-White x Nike Vapor Street sneakers, we've now had a first peep at another collaboration by the two mega labels. This time around, the popular Nike Dunk Low silhouette gets a makeover and the first images have already amassed a whole lot of hype online.
The new "Pine Green" iteration arrives in green and white leather overlays with green Nike Swooshes on the lateral. Similar to the Vapor Street sneakers, the Dunk Lows also see eye-catching outsole lacing in a red/orange colourway and pine green laces printed with "SHOELACES" text.
Other standout features from the kicks include retro Nike tongue tabs, orange tabs underneath the Swooshes and industrial printing on the medial side. A pure white midsole and contrasting green rubber outsole round out the design.
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When and where can you shop them?
While there's no official release date yet, the Off-White x Nike Pine Green Dunk Lows are rumoured to be due for release sometime in October. A price point has been set at US$170, which is more than the standard Dunk Low model, but unsurprising for a major collaborative line. When they do drop, they'll likely do so first on both the Nike and Off-White online stores, so keep your eyes peeled.
While you wait for the new sneakers to hit the shops, you can check out Nike's other latest ventures like the burn-to-reveal shoes that have just been released in collaboration with Netflix show Stranger Things. The brand has also just debuted a new innovative line of sneakers titled Joyride, with various designs from the line set to drop throughout the month.
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