We don’t see Nike create as many colorways of the Nike Dunk High as they do with the Low, but they still definitely show love to the icon. One pair that will be releasing for the summer of 2024 is this “Gym Red” colorway seen below which is noted as a women’s pair. Constructed out of a full leather on the upper, this Nike Dunk High begins with Sail on the base of the upper and is then quickly contrasted by the addition of Gym Red on the overlays, Swooshes, laces, inner liner, and the additional Nike branding on the tongue tags and insoles. Finishing details include a crispy White rubber midsole and a Gum rubber outsole. This Nike Dunk is slated to release later this summer for $130.
Light Armory Blue serves a the highlight hue on this new Nike Dunk Low from Nike’s summer 2024 collection. Taking on the clean and popular two-tone look, this Nike Dunk Low gets covered in an official color makeup of White, Light Armory Blue, and Summit White as the model begins with White leather on the base of the upper along with Summit White detailing on the overlays for a subtle contrast. The pop of color is provided courtesy of the addition of Light Armory Blue on the Swooshes, the Nike branding on the tongues, insoles, and heels, and the rubber outsoles. More White detailing on the tongues, laces, inner liner, and midsole to wrap up the look on this Nike Dunk Low that will be releasing later this summer for $110.
Following a look at the Nike Dunk Low Next Nature Alabaster, the same hue of yellow makes its way onto the iconic Nike Air Max 1. Taking on the classic and clean color blocking that the model is known for, this Nike Air Max 1 gets covered in White, Alabaster, Summit White, and Black as the model begins with a White mesh upper on the base along with Summit White hitting the nubuck overlays on the side panels and heels. The highlight Alabaster Yellow is then seen on the suede Swooshes and mudguards along with more of the same hue on the upper eyelets, and the Nike branding on the tongues, insoles, and heels. Down below a Sail rubber midsole and a Black and Sail outsole finish off the look on this Nike Air Max 1 that will be releasing in the coming weeks in women’s sizing for a price tag of $140.
Nike will continue pushing their Nike Dunk Low Next Nature in 2024 as we already have a number of colorways lined up to release for the spring and summer. On deck we take a look at this “Sea Glass” colorway which takes on an official color makeup of Sea Glass, Light Silver, Vapor Green, and Sail throughout. Noted as a women’s colorway, this eco-friendly offering of the Nike Dunk Low takes on a leather construction all over the upper with Sail taking care of the base and Sea Glass noted on the overlays, inner liner, and rubber outsoles. Additional details include Nike’s pinwheel logo on the insoles, Light Silver Swooshes on the side panels, upside down “NIKE” branding on the heels, and metallic charm lace dubraes. This Nike Dunk Low is expected to release later this summer for $120.
One of the cleanest editions of the Nike Air Max 1 is showcased below as this pair can easily be dressed up or down. Taking a simple approach, this Nike Air Max 1 takes on a color makeup of Platinum Tint, Wolf Grey, and Dark Obsidian as the model begins with a Platinum Tint mesh construction on the base of the upper along with matching nubuck overlays on the side panels. For contrast we see Wolf Grey detailing on the mudguards, inner liner, and heel branding while Obsidian lands on the Swooshes, upper eyelets, insoles, and tongue branding. To finish off the design we see white rubber midsoles and a white and navy rubber outsoles. You can find this Nike Air Max 1 online and at select retailers now for $140.