Nike Feels Lucky With the Dunk Low “Lottery” Iteration
Ever wished you could hit the lotto? Buy all the shoes you wanted and live easy? If the recent run of lottery-inspired takes on the Dunk Low is any indication, at least one of Nike’s designers feels the same way. Official images of a green, tan and black Dunk in low-top form have surfaced, and the design is decidedly lotto-centric.
Officially dubbed ‘Pale Ivory/Black-Malachite,’ this Dunk Low uses ivory on its toebox, quarter panels, collar and tongue, while ‘Malachite” (a green shade) adds a moneyed feel to the mudguard, eyestays, heels and collar flaps. Finally, a black Swoosh completes the assemblage.
Set among these tones are plenty of lotto-inspired details, the foremost of which is a scratch-off coin hangtag that can be seen in the above photo. Lottery-styled Swoosh graphics are present on insoles and tongues alike, and the box’s tissue paper boasts a slot machine-inspired print.
If you’re looking to get lucky on these Dunk Lows, you’ll be able to do so later this year. At the time of writing, we’re awaiting word on an official release date – but a drop should go down in the next few months.