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In the early 1980s, the basketball shoe market was largely dominated by Adidas, thanks to exclusive contracts with legendary players likeKareem Abdul-Jabbar and Converse who almost had a monopoly on the market with his All Star Chuck Taylor. It was in 1985 that NikeThe company, initially known for its runner models such as the Waffle Trainer and the Cortez, decided to tackle the floor. It called on Peter Moore, footwear designer who designed the Nike Dunk. Its name comes from the spectacular movement where the player jumps high enough to tap the ball into the hoop without taking his hand off the ball. The objective? To accompany the players of the biggest university basketball teams. An exclusive contract was signed between the equipment manufacturer and the following universities: TheUniversity ofIowa, Syracuse, St. John, Kentucky, Georgetown, Michigan andUNLV. Seven Nike Dunk High are featured in the Be True To Your School pack. A few years later, the Nike Dunk Low was born.
Unveiled in early 2022, the new iteration of the revisited silhouette returns to its retro characteristics: flat soles and thin structure that are entirely different from the more prominent version 1. In terms of design, the Swoosh brand innovates since its weight is made up of 20% recycled materials. It is part of the eco-responsible Move To Zero approach, which aims to reduce the carbon footprint as much as possible in the design of Nike models. The new model is presented in February 2022 with the Malachite colourway inspired by the precious stone used as an ornament for certain palaces and art objects. A Pale Ivory edition will follow the launch of the model and contrasts perfectly with the previous iteration. Other colours are expected to follow in 2022. The Nike Dunk Low Disrupt 2 still has a long way to go and is likely to become a must-have in your collection!
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