For Air Max 270, If there’s one silhouette that we can expect to see Nike cash in on for the rest of 2021 and possibly well into 2022, it’s the Dunk. Whether it be through collaborative launches, college-inspired colorways or random GRs, the model will be pumped out in a wide array of new renditions, one being this Nike Dunk Low that hones in on cleaner hues.This, the second colorway to surface today, features heritage two-tone Dunk blocking with signature white leather uppers and overlays of one color.
This Nike SB Dunk is created with a two-toned outfit. Most of the upper layer arrives adorned in white including the laces, tongues, hole-y toe boxes, collars, interior lining and the quarter panels. Adjacent to this is an off-white tone that wraps the Swooshes and accompanying overlays. Its foundational components are comprised of angelic midsoles while the treading is whipped up with a lighter gray backdrop and black speckled detailing. If you peak inside the kicks, you’ll notice its fluorescent green insoles that pop right out at you and the retro Nike pinwheel embellishments that are positioned at the heels.There is no overt use of Grind Rubber or Crater Foam, nor are there any exterior callouts to the sustainable series, just a simple Flyleather construction atop a sole unit lightly-peppered with recycled off-cuts.
This Nike KD Trey 5 VIII White Yellow features soft, responsive foam cushioning paired with multidirectional traction for control. The mid-top design with perforated foam pods helps you feel secure around the ankle.The midsole features soft, responsive foam with a distinct dimpled texture supported by a firmer foam for stability.A mid-high collar is layered with foam to provide comfort and support around your ankle.The rubber outsole with a wavy tread pattern provides durable, multidirectional traction for fast stops and starts. KD's logo is molded into the rubber.2-layer textile material in the forefoot includes clear yarns that give it a dynamic look.