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Another Nike Dunk Low "Year of the Rabbit" Has Been Unveiled


Adam Cheung
February 28, 2023

Well, these are ridiculously cute.

Even though we celebrated the Lunar New Year almost a month ago, it looks like Nike has even more Year of the Rabbit-themed sneakers up its Swoosh-shaped sleeve. Images courtesy of reputable sneaker insider Sneakerjamz, this upcoming Nike Dunk Low "Year of the Rabbit" has got to be the cutest one yet. Giving us some serious sacai vibes, make sure you read on to find out everything that we know so far.

As premium as it gets, this Dunk Low boasts a full suede construction that's super soft and supple. Working on top of a rosy pink base, it's overlaid by light gray panels throughout and accented with a fiery red leather Swoosh across the lateral and medial sidewalls. As if that wasn't enough, the American sportswear company has also added another Swoosh in white, resulting in an aesthetic that looks a lot like some of Chitose Abe's best work.

Image credits: Sneakerjamz

Playful branding is stitched on the tongue tag and heel badge, and a little bunny's head can be found around the back. All of this then sits on top of a crisp white midsole, and it's finished off with a gum rubber outsole, finalizing the seasonal colorway.

Next to nothing else is known about this Nike Dunk Low "Year of the Rabbit" at the moment, but if you want a pair in your collection, make sure you keep it locked at Ox Street's dedicated Nike Dunk page for your best chance to cop. Let us know what you think of this cute colorway, and in related news, the CLOT x fragment design x Nike Dunk Low is coming soon.

Image credits: Sneakerjamz
Adam is a writer and editor specializing in sneakers and streetwear. Over the past few years, he's curated features and guides for fashion publications across the globe, winning multiple awards along the way. Often travelling between the UK and Hong Kong, don't be too surprised if you find Adam anywhere else around the world taking street photography or feasting on the local delicacies.