The holiday season is quickly approaching, and in preparation of the Christmas season, Nike is fashioning its popular Dunk Low in a brand new colorway that bears features reflective of a winter wonderland.
The upper's build is reliant on a duo of materials including velvet and a silky satin, the former of which appears in a snowy white hue atop the Swooshes and overlays while the latter is given a silver complexion and is distributed to the toe boxes, quarter panels and collars. To spruce up its season of giving vibe, the Swoosh family adds various holiday-inspired embroidery here including an image of two kids sledding on the lateral heels, a nutcracker-like figure on the medial side and a what appears to be a kid looking to catch a falling ornament on the left shoe's toe box. Additionally, the tongues and the heel overlays have been texturized with angelic fur, the latter of which is also ornamented with multi-colored banners. The interiors feature bright teal lining and insoles that feature a kanji that translates to "ice."
The bottom portions are devised with muted gray midsole units and icy outsoles that have snowflakes embedded into them to further express its wintry motif.
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