Nike Dunk Low

The two shoes you see above are dubbed the Nike Dunk Low PRM QS Paris. Both releases celebrate the iconic Trévise gym in Paris also known as the oldest indoor basketball court in the world today. The court was open for play in 1893. The Nike Dunk Low was Nike’s first basketball shoe that was created in 1985, sounds like a perfect match, right?

The Nike Dunk Low PRM QS Paris comes in your choice of Ale Brown/Summit White and the other in Elemental Gold/Sail. Both options come constructed out of aged leather uppers paired up with a herringbone pattern inspired by the original leather basketball and the flooring in the Trévise gymnasium. Detailing on the shoe includes the stitched Nike Swoosh logos and debossed Nike branding on the heels. The Ale Brown colorway comes with Gold heels that’s said to be a nod to the un-pickable lock invented by Georges Vuitton. The tongues and heels also replicate the commemorative plaque inside the gym with Gold and Black accents.

The Nike Dunk Low PRM QS Paris will be a very limited release, with fewer than 200 per colorway. Look for them to drop on June 10 at select international retailers for €110. All proceeds will be going to the YMCA and their crowdfunding campaign to renovate the gymnasium.


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Nike just dropped two tonal suede iterations of the Nike Dunk Low. Coming in your choice of Mineral Yellow or Terra Orange, the drop top’s tonal suede upper is offset by the Black detailing noted on the leather Swoosh and heel and tongue branding. Leather takes care of the collar, while nylon is used for both the tongue and lining. Tonal laces and White laces complete the theme of the shoe. Priced at €100 (around $120), find these today at select international retailers. Which pair are you feeling the most? Personally, I think I’d have to go with the Mineral Yellow pair. That said, either pair will look dope during the Spring time.

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