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Nike To Drop Dunk High in "University Red"

A bold colorway for your sneaker lineup.

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Nike To Drop Dunk High in "University Red"

A bold colorway for your sneaker lineup.

Continuing to expand its lineup of Dunk Highs, Nike is now set to drop the silhouette in “University Red.”

Following up on the neutral “Sail/Gum” and cozy “Toasty” iterations, the upcoming kicks don a bold splash of red throughout. The shade is found on the mudguards, lacing system, Swooshes and collars, as well as the outsole. The remainder of the shoe maintains a crisp white base, and the design is rounded out with Nike’s branding on the tongue and footbed.

Priced at $110 USD, the Nike Dunk High “University Red” is expected to launch via SNKRS in the coming months.

In related news, the sportswear giant is set to drop a new Air Max 1 design in partnership with Patta.

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