Nike is set to drop its latest classic kick design – the Nike Dunk Low Orange Box.
The Nike Dunk Low Orange Box pays homage to the history of Nike’s bright orange shoe boxes in the early years. The orange shoe box has been a vital part of Nike SB. It housed some of the most iconic Nike SB Dunk shoes in the early 2000s.
The Nike Dunk Low Orange Box features a premium upper in Safety Orange, White and Cream leather construction that mirror the original cardboard boxing. It also has an actual leather shoe box embossed on the heel.
The insole features a unique graphic of stacked shoeboxes that shows the past and present Nike shoe boxes. Nike SB has used several colors for its boxes over the past decades. The color ranges from pink, blue, grey, orange and black. Finally, a black rubber outsole wraps things up on this SB Dunk Low.
The Nike Dunk Low Orange Box will be available starting Thursday (Oct. 6) on the Nike official site and in select retail stores. You can grab your pair for only $100.
Meanwhile, Nike is expected to release more colorways this month.
The Jordan brand will drop a Wool version of the Air Jordan 12 and the premium Wheat Air Jordan 4. Artist-inspired kicks such as Drake’s OVO Air Jordan 12 is also expected to be unveiled this October, Hot New HipHop noted.
In August, the famous apparel brand released two Nike Hyperdunk 2016 Flyknit colorways.
The Hyperdunk 2016 Flyknit Oreo and the Hyperdunk 2016 Flyknit Unlimited are both available in the market for $200 a pair. The Hyperdunk 2016 Flyknit Oreo features an Oreo-looking colorway, while Flyknit Unlimited has a Brazil-inspired accent. It drew inspiration from the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics.
Nike also dropped Nike KD 9 Pre-Heat and Nike Kyrie 2 sneakers recently.