The Dunk Low Light Iron will be coming to us soon. You can get all the information about the drop of the new dunk from us in this post.
Dressed in a Light Iron Ore, Black, White and University Red color scheme. This offering of the Nike Dunk Low features a smooth leather base with shiny patent leather overlays and Swooshes. Flat silky laces with red branding atop a white midsole and black rubber outsole complete the design.
When can you buy the Dunk Low Light Iron?
The official release date of the Nike Dunk Low will probably take place in the next few weeks. Unfortunately, we can't give you an exact date at the moment. But here we have another helpful tip for you so that you don’t miss any important sneaker releases in the future:
Each of you should by now have the free Dead Stock app installed on your smartphone. Activate the notifications from the app, because we will notify you if a hyped sneaker appears as a shock drop or becomes available again. This is how you can get your Nike Dunk Low at a retail price!
Where can you buy the Dunk Low Light Iron?
So if you want to buy this new Dunk Low, you should definitely keep our overview open before the release. We will link all shops where this sneaker will be released. Better hurry up with your purchase decision and pay particular attention to our push notifications from the Dead Stock app.
Since the release has not yet been confirmed, there is currently no confirmed shop. But you can be sure that the sneaker will appear in the Nike online shop. We also assume that the Dunk will be available at other retailers, such as Solebox. As soon as the first shops appear, we will link them to you in our release overview.
Incidentally, the Nike Dunk Low with the item number DQ7576-001 will be available for a retail price of only 110.00 euros. For such a popular shoe, this is still a very affordable price!
Otherwise, feel free to check out our other social media channels so you don't miss any more Dunk Low information. You should also check out our aforementioned free Dead Stock app if you haven't already considered it.