Long before Travis Scott’s news came out, NIKE’s link with South Korea, Inc. is not less pioneering words such as “Boys and Girls” In recent years, however, a large number of publications in North American conglomerates have been presented by East Asia powerhouse and, most recently, Nike Dunk Low.
The next pair features Taegukgi (dé) in the tongue of Akin to the 2018 Air Jordan 3 “Seoul” (left shoe). NIKE is named with a “White/Black” colored palette at the top of the heel panels on the remaining sneakers. The Dunk Low has a rotated red and blue flag over both its swoosh and outsoles. The latter is half-translucent as if it’s South Korean node wasn’t clear enough for the flag and the characteristic hangul. Contrary to Air Presto, it lost a picture of the Siberian Tiger in his latest ode to cultural and technical influence for a simple and straightforward arrangement.
Take a Closer Look at the Nike Dunk Low “N7”