Nike’s “Year of the Rabbit” line is back to double up on select models whose secondary colors were too clean to remain stocked in the archives. The upcoming Nike Dunk Low releases rustic orange and cocoa brown leathers instead of brightened milk-white like its 2011 Air Force 1 release.
The design is well-emphasized by the appealing color scheme
Identical in its tooling choices (buttery leather overlays, a smooth suede base bayer, and Chenille details), a brilliant red-orange color envelops the forefoot’s rough layering and leather tongue construction, while its heel panel delivers a namesake pumpkin orange finish. A maroon-colored Chenille tightly ties to the latter through the midfoot Swooshes and tongue tabs, creating a deepened contrast along the stitched overlays with dark brown tones. The heel tab is then finished in a leather finish with teal “NIKE” branding.
The “Year of the Rabbit” pack is a great example of how classic Nike shoes like the Dunk can be updated without losing what makes them so popular. This Nike Dunk is intricate and have a lot of details. They are good at telling a story that can be turned into an outfit.