Nike Dunk Low Next Nature to Replace 'Trail End Brown' Version

Dunk Low Next Nature toebox/mudguard

Travis Scott's fascination with Dunks played a pivotal role in sparking a global sneaker community obsession with the model in recent times. Although he isn't solely responsible for its revival, it is undeniable that Cactus Jack has left an indelible mark on a new generation of enthusiastic fans. Particularly fond of the "Trail End Brown" SB Dunks, this particular colorway became a significant source of inspiration for his numerous collaborations with Nike and Jordan. Consequently, this collaboration propelled the initially overlooked 2007 release into one of the most coveted SBs of recent memory.

Nowadays, it's impossible to come across the Trail End Brown SB Dunks priced below $2,000. In response to the high demand, Nike has decided to meet the needs of enthusiasts by introducing the Dunk Low Next Nature, which features a color scheme remarkably similar to that of the modern classic.

The shoe showcases a combination of Cacao Wow brown suede, white leather, and black Swoosh logos. Its interior lining and outsole match those of the SB version, with the exception of the noticeable tongue design. The only discernible difference lies in the black heel-tab.

With a price tag of $115, Nike's Next Nature Dunks present a much more accessible option compared to the shoe that seemingly influenced its design. However, it is uncertain if these sneakers will be easily obtainable in retail stores.

  • Price: $115
  • Release: 2024
  • Style: HF4292-200
  • Color: brown / white / black
  • Construction: suede / leather