Nike Dunk was first introduced in 1985 and was designed by Peter Moore – one of the most influential designers in the history of the brand. Bearing similarities to the Jordan 1 and Terminator – both designs introduced in the same year and designed by the same team – the Nike Dunk boasts the same technology and construction as its siblings. What makes Dunk special, however, is the endless colorways that have become a defining feature of the shoe.
The Nike Dunk Low Disrupt 2 has a rather slow release cycle, but it quickly gained a strong following among women’s sneaker collectors. Loved for its experimental aesthetic and partially recycled texture, this silhouette recently appeared in another colorway called “Pale Ivory/White”. Today, let’s explore with StorePc about this very unique sport shoe.
Perfect for the warmer months of the year, this off-white version remains largely unchanged from its predecessor. This Nike Dunk version features a simple makeover in deep pink, blue, and green with contrasting “Black” details that appear on the tongue label and stitching.
Next, the sock-liners bring out the most subtlety of the shoe while using different shapes for a spring-ready taste, while the swoosh wheel logo on the insole confirms that the part The modified underfoot sole is partially made from high-cycle materials collected as part of the company’s “Move to Zero” initiative.
Enjoy the official images of this women’s shoe above and expect it to be released on the Nike SNKRS app soon.