Nike's Dunk Low Gets the "South Korea" Treatment
Following up on the women’s exclusive Air Jordan 3s released back in 2018.
Adding to its extensive lineup of Dunk Lows, Nike is now set to release a “South Korea“-themed iteration of the OG sneaker. The low-cut design takes inspiration from the colors of the Taegukgi (태극기) – the country’s national flag.
Arriving with a crisp white upper, the silhouette sees contrasting details on the heels, lacing system and mudguard in black. Bold red and blue hues take over the Swooshes as well as the heel tab, which is branded with “나이키 (Nike spelled out in Korean characters)” embroidery. Elsewhere, the Taegukgi appears on the tongue tag, while the design is rounded out with asymmetrical blue-and-red footbeds and outsoles.
The last time Nike released a Korea-themed footwear style was the 2018 women’s exclusive Air Jordan 3, which received a restock two years later. The label has yet to announce the official price and release date, but it is likely the “South Korea” Dunk Low will be a country-exclusive drop. Stay tuned as more details surface.
In other news, Nike will soon be releasing its transparent Air Max 96 created in partnership with Supreme.