Last updated on February 16th, 2024
|Nike Dunk Low
|2024 Jan 12th
Official images of the Nike Dunk Low CO.JP "Reverse Curry" have emerged, providing a sneak peek of its comeback in Summer 2024. This confirmation was made towards the end of October.
The "Concept Japan" collection has introduced an iconic style that was previously only available in Far East Asia. Now, as Peter Moore's iconic design approaches its 40th anniversary, this two-tone pair is bringing it closer to a wider audience.
While the "Reverse Curry" pair may not offer anything new in terms of construction, it faithfully follows a blueprint that is 38 years old. This return of a colorway from decades ago is a testament to Nike's attention to its consumer base, as long-time fans of the once-exclusive Nike Dunk from Japan have been requesting a true reissue of this style for quite some time. On the occasion of the drop's 25th anniversary, the retro version will finally be available.
In a manner reminiscent of 1999, the low-top design showcases a combination of "Dark Curry" and "White" shades across its upper and sole. The deeper of the two tones adorns the toe box, mid-foot panels, and upper heel underlays, while the accompanying leather panels adopt a "colorless" arrangement. Maintaining consistency, the traction pattern favored by Moore remains faithful to the solid "Dark Curry" shade. The midsoles maintain a minimalist look, allowing the outsole and upper details to take center stage.
Experience the delight of exploring exclusive images of this dynamic duo. Anticipate the arrival of the "Reverse Curry" Dunks, projected to make their appearance on Nike SNKRS around August 2024, with a price tag of $135 USD.
By the way, Nike Dunk Low Disrupt 2 will release a new version sneaker for Chinese New Year, which incorporates a combination of white, grey, red, and green colorways.