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27th January 2023 EDT RELEASES

First Look: Nike Dunk Low “Oregon”

Kick off the 2022 World Cup with this Brazil-inspired Dunk Low colorway.


[Update 27 Jan 2023] The Nike Dunk Low “Oregon”, or Reverse Brazil, will finally be dropping in Japan on 7 February, a month after its original global release. Follow along as we bring you more latest updates on new Nike Dunk Lows and more.

[Update 2 Nov 2022] Just a day after the “Reverse Brazil” colorway was previewed, it’s revealed that this pair of Dunk Low might actually be part of Nike’s “Be True To Your School” lineup, and drew its inspiration from the University of Oregon, sampling its collegiate colors of green and yellow. The name of the sneaker, according to sneaker site Sole Retriever, is Nike Dunk Low BTTYS “Oregon”. Release date, price and style code have been updated—the Nike Dunk Low BTTYS “Oregon” will drop on 2 Jan 2023 at a retail price of US$110.

LineWe’ve gotten a myriad of reimagined Dunk Lows from Nike over the past year, but no other iteration evokes more excitement than when a “Reverse” colorway is announced. Case in point: the freshly-leaked Nike Dunk Low “Reverse Brazil”.

With World Cup 2022 upon us, it is on brand for the Swoosh to be pushing out a colorway associated with one of the top-performing countries. However, World Cup-aside, the Nike Dunk Low “Brazil” is in itself a highly-coveted pair—first released in 2001 in the iconic green and yellow colorway to critical reception, and later re-released again in 2020.

This time, Nike has switched things up a bit by reversing the two-tone colorblocking, according to early imagery from @solebyjc. Featuring a smooth leather construction, the upper is now dressed in a tropical green while vibrant yellow overlays wrap around the shoe. The laces are now yellow too instead of the original white.

Besides the lateral and medial Swooshes which are rendered in yellow, the Nike branding on the tongue and heel appears in green. Meanwhile, the insole, liner and outsole have retained its green hue.

No release dates or additional info is available as of the time of writing, so keep your eyes peeled as we bring you the latest.

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