Given the Nike Dunk resurgence has well and truly been in effect since 2019, it comes as somewhat of a surprise that it’s taken almost two years for the Swoosh to release a black and white colourway (again). After months of rumours, speculation and early leaked pics, one of the sneaker industry’s worst kept secrets is finally confirmed by the true gatekeeper of Ws and giver of Ls: the Nike SNKRS website and app.
Now that Nike have loaded the product into their temperamental e-comm space, details that weren’t necessarily clear (or in some cases, legitimate) are now indisputable. Such as the fact that this is going to be a women’s sized release – meaning most of the stock availability will be between sizes 5 to 10 US. Otherwise, these Dunks are more or less like the releases that have preceded it this year. Expect leather uppers, nylon tongues, mesh lining, and two-tone colourways. The one exception is the contrast red woven tongue label.
Read up on this guide to maximise your chances of getting the W via Nike SNKRS when the Dunk High in Black/White releases on July 3. Otherwise, it’s likely these Dunks will hit many Nike high street retailers and boutiques.