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Nike’s Dunk Low “Barbershop”

Another day, another new drop from Nike. After serving up a dose of new colorways of the Air Force 1 and the Dunk Low, the sportswear label is back with another variation of the Dunk Low. Today we get our first look at the Dunk Low “Barbershop.” The new sneaker was inspired by the classic red, blue, and white barbershop pole and the community within the culture of local barbershops.

The sneaker arrives in two different colorways and includes details such as mismatched lace tips along with clip-blade lace dubraes. The blue and white color scheme is modeled after the classic barbershop pole, while a graphic hair-like pattern adorns the heels. The sneaker also features a white midsole with scissor graphics on the bottom. The silhouette is finished with clean Swooshes on the midfoot, tongue tags, “NIKE” embroidered at the heels, and light blue rubber outsoles.

Take a closer look at the Nike Dunk Low “Barbershop” in the images below and head over to Nike to pick up a pair on June 17th. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more outstanding sneakers and footwear coming very soon.

Photos via Nike

Written by Jesse James

Author, Audiophile, Style connoisseur, & Sneakerhead. Passionate for life and happiness!

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