Referenced by sneakerheads as on of the most hyped Nike Dunk Low’s of all time, the Nike Dunk Low “Viotech” is planning for a huge return this Fall 2019 season.

These originally released in 2001 as a Japan exclusive and left many shoe lovers out in the dry when it came to copping. You either tried your luck and flew to Japan or paid a hefty price on the resale market. Nike took that into account 12 years later and released them in limited quantities in 2013 but still that left a bitter taste in many mouths. The colorful upper and scarcity that the “Viotech” saw resulted in becoming one of in not the most hyped colorways on a Nike Dunk.

Just this December we so Virgil Abloh rocking them himself heavily and now we can only speculate if it was a hint to what was to come or just a normal flex for the designer. The Nike Dunk Low “Viotech” and it’s colorful upper will release one more time this Fall 2019 in hopes of getting to sneakerheads that struck out the other two previous times. 

Assuming it will arrive like the 2013 version, the upper will arrive in multiple colors. Purple, orange, blue green and red all paint the silhouette giving it a distict look. Black and grey detailing tone the model down as a white midsole and purple outsole complete the design. Whether you’re trying to cop after taking two L’s on the previous releases or looking to try for your first time these are a must cop for many.


We do not have a confirmed release date just yet but it is expected that these will arrive sometime this Fall 2019 season. We do not have official images just yet so grab a look at the 2013 version below and an on-foot look that Virgil provided his social media fans as more than likely they will keep everything the same. As always, make sure to follow JustFreshKicks for updates and more sneaker news.

UPDATE: Official Images for the Nike Dunk Low “Viotech” have now been loaded and the shoes are set to release December 10th, 2019. If you’re looking to cop, be sure to check out our release page and stay tuned for further updates.