The Nike Dunk High, which is one of the most popular swoosh-branded shoes right now, keeps trying out new colorways, materials, and design changes. The Up version for women came out recently in a “Medium Olive” and “Black” color scheme that is perfect for fall.
Design and colors provide an enduring appearance
Even though it is based on a shoe that the late Peter Moore made in 1985, the upcoming pair is its own shoe. The upper looks busier and more fashionable thanks to the double-layered panels and the stacked Swooshes on the side. The most unique thing about the Dunk High Up, though, is what’s underfoot. The Air Jordan 1-inspired sole unit gets a big change that makes the wearer “up” in height. The midsoles are finished in a bright yellow that gives the model a bit of “age.” This is in line with the “neo-vintage” trend that has taken over a part of the sneaker scene since the middle of 2020.
In the end, the Nike Dunk High Premium Olive is a great shoe for the fall and winter. Style-wise, it’s a little different from most shoes—it’s a lot less loud and obvious—which makes it an interesting choice for people who want their shoes to make a quieter statement.