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Nike Sportswear has unveiled another Dunk Low that helps celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the NBA. For this splice, it appears to be a kid’s exclusive.

This womens nike free runs clearance store chicago comes dressed in all-Black while constructed with smooth leather on the acme and tumbled leather overlays. Different from the previous pairs, this Dunk low doesn’t have NBA branding on the tongue. However, it comes with a diamond on the fasten jewels. Immediate, we have Silver on the Swoosh logos and branding while a White midsole and Black rubber outsole consummate the look.

Below, you can check out more images of this Dunk Low that will give you a closer look. A release will recognize place soon at select retailers and Nike.com. Once we have obstructive information, we will make sure to update you.

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Release Date: 2021
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