Nike This Kid’s Nike Dunk Low Features Acid Wash And “Volt” Accents

This Kid’s Nike Dunk Low Features Acid Wash And “Volt” Accents

Since 1985, the Nike Dunk Low design created by the late Peter Moore has appeared in hundreds of different versions. As the shoe remains an important element of the company’s product range, it continues to celebrate children.

The basketball-specific silhouette has recently been released in “Baltic Blue,” “Volt,” “Black,” and “Multicolor” colorways. And although the aforementioned color palette is eye-catching in its own right, the acid wash-inspired accents on the forefoot, tongue, and heel of the overlays make the most impact. Given the revised “Nike” writing on the tongue label and sock-liner, it is probable that the current Nike Dunk draws design influence from old school rock records and fashion. Nonetheless, the “Volt”-accented shoe contributes to the expansion of the already-impressive library of the late Moore’s 37-year-old design.

Enjoy official photographs of the pair below, and expect a Nike.com release shortly.

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Nike Dunk Low
Release Date: 2022
Color: N/A
Grade School: N/AStyle Code: DV1694-900