The Dunk is back in full, but Nike is just getting started. As upcoming new and retro colorways of the legendary silhouette continue to hit our social feeds, we finally have a better look at the fan-favorite “Syracuse” colorway dropping this Spring.
If you have not been paying attention to Nike’s revival of their legendary Dunk silhouette, now would be a good time. Over the last few years, the Swoosh has been slowly but steadily retroing one of the most important sneakers of the last several decades, the Dunk. Originally built for basketball, the shoe was quickly adopted by skateboarders and sneakerheads, who sought after pairs for their almost garish colors and artist collaborations. Now, nearly 20 years after Dunks took over, they’re doing it again. To feed the beast of demand, Nike has been releasing some old school favorites, like the “Syracuse” Dunk from 1985 and 2016. However, for the 2020 iteration, Nike has chopped off the higher ankle collar, instead opting for the Dunk’s low-top iteration.
NIKE DUNK LOW “SYRACUSE” RELEASE INFORMATION
The 2020 iteration of the Nike Dunk Low in the famous “Syracuse” color scheme has not yet been announced for release, but given that Nike is showing them to friends & family, we can expect a drop sometime in the coming months. The retail pride for the new Dunk will remain at $110, and likely release from both Nike and select retailers. Check out Don C’s in-hand photo below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more Nike release news.
Color: Orange Blaze/White
Style Code: CU1726-101
Release Date: March 14, 2020
Restock Date: November 2022
Price: $100 / $110
UPDATE 10/18: Following news of the Kentucky pair, Nike will also be bringing back the “Syracuse” Dunk Lows next month on SNKRS. Be sure to follow us on Twitter to get notified once they get loaded and keep it locked here for more news.
UPDATE: The Syracuse themed Nike Dunk Lows will be releasing this Saturday at select retailers in Australia, such as Up There Store, for $140 AUD. Stay tuned for updates and news on a statewide release.
UPDATE 2: Following a limited release in Australia, the Nike Dunk Low “Syracuse” will be hitting more retailers alongside the Kentucky colorway on March 14th.