Dunkbar presents the release of the Nike Dunk Low SP „Community Garden“ at Overkill

After all the re-releases of Dunk colorways that we saw in 2020, a new color variant of the basketball classic is finally dropping. The Nike Dunk Low SP „Community Garden“ works completely without any leather – its upper is made from recycled canvas. Thus, the shoe is not only inclined to animal welfare, but also follows the Nike campaign “Move to Zero”, which aims to manufacture products without producing CO2 and waste. Thumbs up, Nike, for your commitment to the environment. The topic of the shoe, “Community Garden”, also deals in a certain way with the environment, because so-called “Community Gardens” are gardens that can be found all over the world and that are cultivated and managed in community to produce fruits or vegetables, to portray the beauty of nature, to offer oases of relaxation, or to save a piece of land from desertification. So a thoroughly great idea that Nike takes up here for the Dunk Low and tries to implement in their own way through the measures described above.

In terms of color, we see the most colorful Sportswear Dunk in a long time. The basic colors of the „Community Garden“ are „Cardinal Red“, „Lemon Wash“ and „Midnight Torquoise“. We see the red on the rear overlay and on the toebox. The eyestay, the laces, the heel cap and the Swoosh are designed in yellow. The front overlay, like the collar, tongue and lining, has a turquoise hue. Only the side panel and the midsole come in white, with wild, floral graphics running over the side panel and the three overlays. The woven tongue patch shows the Nike logo including Swoosh in red and thus matches the NIKE lettering on the heel cap. The beige outsole is completely out of line in terms of color and somehow does not seem to belong to it. Now, based on the details described, one could assume that this colorful piece might be unwearable, but far from it. The photos circulating in the WorldWideWeb show that the Nike Dunk Low SP “Community Garden” looks wonderful on feet. Not at least because of this, getting the shoe will not be so easy again.

But as always, Overkill provides the opportunity to get hold of this “beauty” when it comes to the Nike Sportswear Dunk. A raffle has already started, so head over to the Overkill Instagram account and follow the “LinkInBio”. From there, you will be redirected to the raffle page. Follow the instructions and keep your fingers crossed for the chance to buy one of the coveted shoes.

Via Overkill