2021 seems to be the year Nike revisits the past after recently updating and bringing back sneakers from the past to pull out all the stops for their Dunk revival. Now the sneaker company is all set to bring back the iconic 1999 Dunk High "City Attack" pack from 1999 by giving it a nod with the Nike Dunk Low "Flip the Old School" silhouette. Nike originally debuted the Dunk way back in 1985 but, the classic sneaker model has seen its fair share of popularity rise as of recent years.
The Nike Dunk Low "Flip the Old School" boasts the stylish purple and white color scheme inspired by the Nike Dunk High "City Attack". The pair's right shoe gives off a standard mix of the purple and white color scheme and rich ostrich overlays to boast on the mudguard. The left shoe on the hand decides to flip the look from the former right one. The purple and white color scheme is swapped by the stylish Swooshes turned upside down, sporting the inspiration drawn from the "City Attack" pair. These flipped Swooshes are presented proudly in clearcut fashion by taking center stage in the design.
Another dope twist in details is that the upper of the shoe has been wrapped neatly in tissue paper, similar to the recent Air Force 1 Low "Keep 'Em Fresh." An illustration printed out on the lateral heel side of the shoe that reads "Flip the Old School" and a shell that shows a crew decked out in Dunks. You do have the choice to remove the finite paper if you wish to, although the graphic is permanent.
The official release date and the price tag of the Nike Dunk Low "Flip the Old School" is yet to be announced by Nike Dunk Low team.
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