Nike’s Dunk High Up “Setsubun” Nods to Japanese Mythology

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Where to buy the Nike Dunk High Up “Setsubun”

Set to join Nike’s upcoming Setsubun Pack is this women’s Dunk High Up silhouette.

As its name suggests, this forthcoming Nike Dunk High Up “Setsubun” nods to Japanese mythology and honors the Seven Lucky Gods aka the Seven Gods of Fortune who often grant good luck.

The pair features a “Sail” suede upper accented with contrasting orange and green hair suede overlays, brown leather eyestays, large purple Swoosh insignias, and golden mini embroidered Swooshes. To further push the “Setsubun” aesthetic, demon motifs arrive on the lateral heel, along with a late Edo artwork by Kuniyoshi Utagawa depicting the Seven Lucky Gods (Ebisu, Hotei, Benzaiten, Bishamonten, Daikokuten, Jur?jin, and Fukurokuju) embellished on the insoles.  

After dropping in January in Asia, the Nike Dunk High Up “Setsubun” is slated to release on March 30th via and at select retailers for $145. Check out the official photos below and keep it locked to our Nike Dunk Release Dates Calendar for updates.

Nike Dunk High Up “Setsubun”

Style #:DQ5012-133
Release Date:March 30, 2022

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