Nike's Latest Dunk Low is Made of Recycled Materials
Joining the brand’s “Move to Zero” lineup.
Nike continues its “Move to Zero” initiative with another women’s Dunk Low. Following the announcement of a cream and white colorway, this “University Red” iteration comes in familiar color-blocking, setting tumbled leather overlays atop a smooth white leather base.
As with all models in the “Move to Zero” series, the Next Nature Dunk Low “University Red” is made of 20% recycled materials by weight and features a pinwheel logo on the insoles. A speckled Grind Rubber outsole completes the look underfoot.
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