Official Look at the Nike Dunk Low "Barber Shop" in White

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Just when you think Nike has exhausted all of its options when it comes to color palettes or playful themes for its beloved Dunk, it comes out and unveils a brand new makeup. The basketball-morphed-lifestyle silhouette is gearing up to have a hell of a year with new offerings, and one that will be brought to life is this Nike Dunk Low "Barber Shop" in white. First photos of these kicks popped up earlier in the month, but the Swoosh has now revealed its official images.

Despite the fact that the shoes are mostly devised with neutral colors, the surrounding details are what really give these life. Quarter panels, forefoot overlays and toe boxes are all made with suede and come fitted with a lighter shade of gray and come contrasted by the tongues, collars and interior lining which are swathed in white. The heel overlays are etched with curvy design lines to potentially translate the aesthetic of an intricate hair cut, and these are bordered by red, white and blue cords which are symbolic of a barber's pole. To further emphasize its motif, the lace dubraes have been fashioned to look like combs and come drizzled with all-over metallic gold finishes.

Nike hasn't communicated any official launch dates for these just yet, but you can expect them to drop alongside a "Black" colorway in the coming months.

In other sneaker news, early photos of an Air Trainer 1 SP in "Honeydew" colorway have surfaced.

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