We're getting CO.JP vibes from this Dunk Low.
Back in 2001, Michael Jordan and Nike released the Air Jordan 1 High OG "Midnight Navy." Launched as part of the duo's CO.JP line, only 3,000 pairs were made. While the Japan-exclusive colorway did manage to get a global restock in 2020, it's now being brought back through the Nike Dunk Low "Midnight Navy." A clear tribute to the legendary AJ 1, you definitely do not want to miss out on this coveted colorway.
Arriving in a full leather construction that's smooth and supple to the touch, this Dunk Low works on top of a crisp white base while midnight navy panels wrap around the toebox, lacing system, and heel. "Nike" is written across the tongue and back in a varsity-style font, and while this doesn't feature the iconic metallic silver Swoosh from the aforementioned Air Jordan 1, it still boasts a light gray check mark that feels pretty premium.
Not much else is known about the Nike Dunk Low Midnight Navy at this moment in time, but our sources tell us that these will release in 2023 in men's sizes with a price tag yet TBA. In terms of where you'll be able to secure a pair, Nike, the SNKRS app, and select retailers worldwide will have these in-stock. Let us know what you think of this Air Jordan 1-inspired color scheme, and follow us on Twitter and download our Mobile App for the latest sneaker and streetwear news and releases.
Nike Dunk Low "Midnight Navy"
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