The Nike Dunk Low “City Market” is one of the wildest Dunk designs in a while! Constructed out of a variety of materials and colours, these mimic the look of vendor bags at your local market. Check out my detailed review to see all the intricacies of this pair and leave a comment down below to let me know what you think about them!
I completed the trio of the “Ugly Duckling” Dunks by picking up the “Veneer” pair that dropped a couple weeks ago. These Dunks incorporate a full suede upper, in brown, purple and green, and have a nice premium feel to them. Check out my review for a closer look, and share your opinions of these down below!
The last of the Nike “Ugly Duckling” pack, the “Ceramic” Dunk Low is set to drop tomorrow November 19th. These Dunks incorporate a full suede upper, in orange and green, and complete the trio of Dunks that originally released in Japan back in 2001. Check out my review for a closer look, and share your opinions of these down below!
The year of the Dunk continues, as Nike released the Dunk Low in the “Community Garden” colourway. This wild colourway is dressed in a canvas upper, with each pair featuring a different arrangement of patterns, creating a one-of-one look between shoe to shoe. Check out my review to get a closer look. Is this one of your favourite drops of the year or no?
To kick off July, Nike dropped another Dunk Low, this time in the University Red and White colourway, paying homage to St. John’s University! Probably one of my favourite Dunk releases in 2020, these feature a full leather upper in an eye-catching white and red colour blocking. Check out my review to get a closer look and to see how they are on feet!