Nike Dunk High “First Use” in “University Red” First Look

Nike continues to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Swoosh with a new color variant of the Nike Dunk High “First Use”, which will appear in “University Red” in the coming weeks. This silhouette was unveiled in May in a mix of “white / forest green”.

This Dunk High “First Use” has a bright red upper that combines a leather underlayer with matching suede overlays and is enhanced by a white midsole and a red rubber outsole. The shoe comes with a double set of laces and a diamond-set Swoosh lace closure in metallic gold. The legacy of the iconic design is recognized by the imprint “First Use June 18, 1971” under the white embroidered Swoosh, “1971” on the insoles and the writing on the tongue label explaining the inspiration of the “First Use” pack.

The Nike Dunk High “First Use” in “University Red” is said to cost 120 US dollars and is now due to be released on June 18 for the 50th anniversary of the Swoosh.

For more Nike Dunk news, check out this in-depth look at the Nike Dunk Low “Georgetown”.

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