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The Nike Dunk Low CO.JP Surfaces in a "Snakeskin" Colorway


Adam Cheung
December 15, 2022

We'll definitely be adding these to our collections when they release in 2023.

Even after three years, it looks like hype surrounding the Dunk isn't going anywhere, anytime soon. Originally released in late 1980s during the basketball boom, the silhouette made a triumphant return in 2019, and while many of us didn't know it back then, it would eventually become one of Nike's most popular silhouettes of all time. As we head into a new year, we're now taking our very first look at the Nike Dunk Low CO.JP "Snakeskin," and we already know that we'll be adding these to our collections when they release in 2023.

Crafted from a vast selection of different materials and textures, this Dunk works on top of a faux reptile base and is overlaid with earthy brown leather and suede panels across the upper. A slick black Swoosh shoots through the lateral and medial side panels with an exotic croc texture, and this is complemented by the laces and heel. Underfoot, the midsole has been dipped in a creamy "Sail" hue for a vintage vibe, and to round it all off, the inside of the shoe is printed with CO.JP branding, cementing it as a Japan exclusive.

Not much else is known about the Nike Dunk Low CO.JP "Snakeskin" at this moment in time, though we know for a fact that it'll drop sometime in 2023. Let us know what you think of this colorway, and keep it locked at Ox Street's dedicated Dunk Low page for the latest and greatest releases.

Image credits: Masterchefian
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.