Along with the Nike Dunk Low “Chlorophyll”, a second colorway “kumquat” offered to the silhouette of the late Peter Moore also makes its appearance.
The Nike Dunk Low “Kumquat” – here the name “Kumquat” certainly refers to the color of kumquats, a fruit tree of the Rutaceae family, native to the Far East whose small orange fruits, no bigger than an olive, are eaten raw or cooked and are very appreciated for their delicate acidity – arrives in the same construction as the color “Chlorophyll”.
The pair has a white leather base with orange suede inserts, hence the name “Kumquat”. This color is then found on the edge of the tongue, the Nike branding embroidered on the label of the tongue, the lining but also on the outsole.
As on the “Chlorophyll” colorway, the two side swooshes are dressed in a safari pattern while a white midsole and laces of the same color complete the design.
This Nike Dunk Low “Kumquat” (code: DR0156-800) will be released in the coming months at select retailers and on Nike.com, priced at $120 USD.