moody colourway for the upcoming Fall season. The modern-day to the surface is the Nike Dunk Low Next Nature, which sees the brand dedicated to making the shoe with at least 20% recycled fabrics through weight. Nike’s ‘Move to Zero’ sustainability push isn’t just centred on high-end jogging sneakers or wild ISPA releases but extends to classic lifestyle kicks. Of course, the Dunk Low is one of Swoosh’s most famous lifestyle silhouettes – so they’ve given it many a ‘Next Nature’ makeovers, the recent of which to arrive is a two-tone darkish red and black colourway.
A ‘Next Nature’ Dunk is to an ordinary Dunk what a vegan hamburger is to a normal hamburger. That’s to say that it may appear completely identical upon first look. However, upon inspection, some small-but-significant details end up noticeable. The sportswear goliath has refreshed its traditional silhouette with a sustainable motive, hoping to decrease the impact. The contemporary shoe arrives dressed in an easy black and deep red shade blocking. The pair is fabricated in an all-leather build and shows Nike’s “Move to Zero” pinwheel emblem that is viewed on the Volt insoles. The shoe poses atop a white midsole and a red grind speckled rubber outsole to round out the design.