The skate classic covers the entirety of its uppers in white leather, which is contrasted by a navy side Swoosh. In true Orange Label fashion, a padded mesh—rather than leather—tongue is used. As for branding on the tongue, an orange Swoosh is seen instead of the Nike SB logo that has appeared on past Orange Label releases. Complete with a gum sole for skate-ready traction, the pair arrives as an equally versatile alternative to the black-on-white Orange Label Dunk Low that last hit shelves two years ago.
For a closer look at what’s in store for fans of the Orange Label, check out the image below while details regarding a release date and price have yet to be announced.
In other Dunk-related news, the Nike Dunk High is receiving a yin-and-yang color treatment.