Continuing to dig into its archives, Nike is now preparing an updated Dunk Low “Samba” for a global release.
Set to arrive later this year, the shoe was originally released back in 2001 as a Japan-exclusive. Set to see a wider release, the updated edition remains true to the OG centered around a premium leather construction with a “Hyper Blue” base framed by silver toe box and mid panels. Adding to the bold accenting are the “Samba Red” midfoot Swooshes, “NIKE” embroidered heel tabs and Nike Swoosh tongue tags. Rounding up the design of the shoes are clean white laces, matching sockliner, “Hyper Blue” printed insoles, and white midsoles paired with “Samba Red” rubber outsoles.
Priced at $100 USD, the updated Nike Dunk Low “Samba” is set to release on Nike SNKRS and at select retailers August 21, 10 p.m. PST.
For more footwear news, the adidas Ultra4D “Core Black” recently receives an official release date.
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