Nike Is Bringing Back The "Brazil" Iteration of Its Dunk Low Range
A design that first appeared in 2001.
Having recently released a collaborative design with Cactus Plant Flea Market, Nike has now revealed that it will be bringing back one of its early ’00s creations of the Dunk Low sneaker. Dubbed “Brazil,” the re-releasing shoe sports striking hues inspired by the South American country.
Making its initial debut in 2001, the silhouette arrives with a smooth leather upper, along with its signature slimmed-down tongue. Colorblocking is found throughout the entire design with bold shades of “Varsity Maize” and “Pine Green,” while the design is finished off with contrasting white laces and logo tag placed at the tongue.
Scroll through the gallery above for a closer look at Nike’s Dunk Low SP “Brazil,” which is set to release at END. for $129 USD. The online draw closes on May 21, 3 p.m. GMT (11 a.m. EST).
For more sneaker releases, check out the sportswear giant’s new Air Force 1 that arrives with an animal-inspired twist.