Nike Dunk Low for Valentine's Day in 'Red wine/Pink'

Last updated on February 16th, 2024

Nike Dunk LowPriceReleaseStyle
- pink flower on insole/spine
- red wine swoosh/heel
- Valentine's Day
- pinkish-red base
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Over the past few months, the popular sportswear giant from Oregon has been giving us a glimpse of several styles that are perfect for Valentine's Day, featuring appropriate colors, designs, and messages.

Recently, a new Nike Dunk Low has caught our attention, seemingly made for February 14th. Unlike previous options that were more geared towards kids, this particular pair appears to be available in adult sizes.

The color-blocking on the upper is unique compared to other Nike Sportswear releases we've seen since August. A pinkish-red dominates the leather base layers, while panels on the forefoot, tongue, and heel stand out in an off white shade. The profile swooshes, tongues, and Achilles' heel panels, on the other hand, go back to a deep red wine-like color. The outsole, reminiscent of the Air Jordan 1, follows the same color scheme.

Nike Dunk Low toebox/mudguard

Similar to other popular Nike Dunks, the "Valentine’s Day" iteration showcases a distressed midsole. This design decision aligns with the enduring "Neo-vintage" trend and pays homage to the sneaker's longstanding history dating back to 1985.

The spines and insoles are embellished with a pink flower, a recurring motif seen on other celebratory footwear in recent months. Notably, the laces on this updated version of Peter Moore's original design feature plastic flower-shaped ornaments that can double as dubraes.

As you eagerly anticipate the release of the Nike SNKRS launch around February 14th, 2024, take pleasure in viewing the official photographs of this dynamic sneaker. The anticipated cost for the "Valentine's Day" Dunks is set at $125 USD.

By the way, Nike Zoom Vomero 5 will also release a new version for "Valentine's Day" in early 2024, which has the same color scheme on outsole.