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Get a Sneak Peek of the Nike Dunk Low "Year of the Rabbit"

Editorials

Adam Cheung
November 14, 2022

Chinese New Year is coming up just around the corner.

With Chinese New Year coming up just around the corner, we're now taking a sneak peek at some of the CNY-themed sneakers that are set to drop soon, including the Nike Dunk Low "Year of the Rabbit." Taking on the '80s basketball sneaker, the American sportswear company has applied a vibrant multicolored palette to it for a look that will no doubt turn heads wherever you go.

Image credits: woganwodeyang

Working on top of a clean beige suede base, blue and red leather wraps around the toebox and heel respectively, where you'll also find a cute rabbit finely debossed in gold. The sockliner boasts a bold teal hue, while a dash of soft yellow lines the bottom of the midsole for a further pop of contrast. A white fleece material mimicking a bunny's fur coats the Nike Swooshes and tongue tag, and here, the Chinese character for "rabbit" is written in a calligraphy-style font. Rounding it all off, the metallic gold dubraes are etched with the number 2023, nodding to the Year of the Rabbit.

Not much else is known about the Nike Dunk Low "Year of the Rabbit" at this moment in time, but with Chinese New Year slated for January 22nd next year, we wouldn't be too surprised if these released around then. If you want a pair in your collection, keep it locked at Ox Street's dedicated Dunk page for your best chance to cop!

Images credits: woganwodeyang
Adam is a writer and editor specializing in sneakers and style. 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.