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NikeLab continues to transform some of the Swoosh’s most iconic models into premium lifestyle wears, and now the brand is back with a new Nike Dunk Lux Low perfect for any occasion. The iconic skate classic is transformed by a luxurious “Cyber Monday” like appearance with a monochromatic black leather upper with a clean white midsole to contrast. The tongue tag is swapped out for an embossed Nike branding to further the lux sensibilities. What do you think of this simple yet premium Nike Dunk pair? Check out a detailed set of images after the break and let us know what you think by taking your thoughts to the comments section.

This Nike Dunk Lux Low will be available at international spots like Solebox on July 14th.The Nike SB Dunk has always been on of Nike Sportswear’s most eclectic and diverse models. Part of that success has to do with the fact that the once-superior basketball model transitioned into a skate classic over the past few decades while the simple and iconic panels make it easy to maintain a number of different textures, graphics, and materials. Nike SB is going all out with the silhouette this Summer 2016 season as a number of graphic-heavy pairs are sure to be big hits. The time-honored tradition of Elephant Print is back on the Nike SB Dunk Low with a contrasting yet classic gum bottom.

A psychedelic Grateful Dead-esque print complete with iridescence hits the Nike SB Dunk High. Even summer picnics are referenced through a clever ant-infested upper. Check out what’s on the release slate for the Nike Dunk below and we’ll keep you updated on release dates right here on Sneaker News.The Nike Dunk High has returned to its college basketball roots this year, releasing a number of original colorways found in the “Be True To Your School” Collection. Programs like UNLV and Michigan have already seen their school spirit drenched in vibrant accents on the iconic basketball turned lifestyle model. Reigning national champs Villanova is next, followed up the release of this Nike Dunk High “Syracuse”.