2023 is already off to a good start, with news of future collaborations including the Nike SB x Air Jordan 4 and the Bad Bunny x adidas Campus “Cloud White.” On the inline front, the Nike Dunk Low has debuted in a slew of new hues, the most recent of which brings the “Split” concept to a close.
The style of this sneaker adds a classic vibe as well as individuality
This Dunk Low’s branding is visually disruptive, splicing together several of the logos we’re used to seeing in their entirety. In comparison, the colorway is significantly more familiar, clad in a “University Red/Black-LT Silver-White” palette reminiscent of the famous Air Jordan 1 “Chicago.” The Swoosh and outsole, on the other hand, are divided down the middle, much like the adjacent emblem, so this link is all but gone there. Furthermore, Nike has made a few minor changes to the model’s design, replacing the uppermost eyelet with the hardware seen on the Air Jordan 3.
If you like the Nike Dunk Low, keep your eyes peeled because this upcoming pair is a knockout. An eye-catching colorway is nice, but the split logos, swooshes, and outsoles really bring this design to life.