Nike continues to celebrate the 50th-anniversary of the Swoosh with a new colorway of the Nike Dunk High "First Use" set to release in coming weeks in "University Red." This silhouette was previously revealed back in May sporting a mix of "White/Forest Green."
This Dunk High "First Use" has a bright red upper, mixing a leather base layer with matching suede overlays, and is elevated by a white midsole and a red rubber outsole. The shoe comes with a double set of laces and a metallic gold diamond-set Swoosh lace lock. The legacy of the iconic design is recognized by "First Use June 18, 1971" printed below the white embroidered Swoosh, "1971" on the insoles, and writing on the tongue tag explaining the “First Use” pack’s inspiration.
Reportedly priced at $120 USD, the Nike Dunk High "First Use" in "University Red" is now rumored to release June 18 on the 50th-anniversary of the Swoosh.
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