Next week, the Dunk Low Bone Beige, a new, simple grey-beige colourway, is to be released on the Dunk silhouette.
Following the release of the Dior x Air Jordan 1, sneaker culture has embraced a new appreciation for clean gray colorways. Because of this, it's likely that this Dunk Low will draw some notable attention, as Nike has dressed the popular sneaker in both gray and beige. The core of the construction is kept completely neutral: Light shades of gray mark the base, from the toe box to the collar, while a much darker hue colors the overlays, the laces, the outsole and some adjacent accents. White sidewalls sit below across the midsole, paralleling the similarly light Swoosh, which has a subtle beige like Nike branding across the tongue.
When can you buy the Nike Dunk Low Bone Beige?
An official release date has not yet been announced. However, from what we've heard, the Dunk Low is scheduled to drop on October 27th and in Nike fashion at 9:00 am. If anything changes, we will of course update this post for you. Until the release starts, we have one more helpful tip for you:
Favor your favorite releases in the free Dead Stock app, so you have a better overview of upcoming drops. If a sneaker is unexpectedly available via Shock Drop, we will of course send you a push message. You can also use the bell to set notifications before the release so you can't actually miss the drop.
Where can you buy the Nike sneaker?
If you want to buy the Bone Beige, you should definitely keep this overview open shortly before the release. We link all shops where you can buy the sneaker. You can also find all raffles for the dunk in our shop overview. Register there before the release to win the right to buy the shoe.
As already described, there is no exact release date for the sneaker, so the shoe has not yet been listed in any online shop. However, we assume that the sneaker will definitely appear in the Nike SNKRS app or in the Nike online shop.
For the Nike Dunk Low with the article number DN3866-100 no retail price is currently known, but we assume that the shoe will cost around 110.00 euros.
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