Even Nostradmus himself could not have predicted that the Dunk Wave would see such a resurgence of the market, but if there is one thing that is certain, it is that
This next iteration is a call back to 2005 – the same year the Swoosh skate division discontinued the Nike SB Dunk High “Fog” colorway. Essentially a low-cut variant of his muse, this makeup wears hairy black suede upper constructions and is prepared with pops of gray that appear on the leather Swooshes and the Nike branding that is parked on the heels and tongues. The interior linings, laces and mesh tongues are also treated with stealth finishes. Underneath it all, the midsole units come with an all-black mantle and paired with a gum outsole to further express its feedback influence.
Nike hasn’t released any official information on when these products will be released in stores, but you can probably expect a launch to take place in the coming months.
In case you’re looking for more sneaker info, Nike recently unveiled their Dunk Low Scrap in “Wolf Gray”.