The sneaker features a black and cream suede base with the toe and mudguard in cream and the rest of the upper in black. Tiger stripes are stitched on the heel over the sneaker with the Swoosh and ankle flap debossed with clouds in traditional Chinese artwork. The tongue features a flap similar seen on older soccer boots with Nike branding stitched alongside clouds in gold. Pale gold lining is used on the sneaker with the inside of the flap seen in the same hue with dumplings stitched into it, which are traditionally eaten on Lunar New Year. A mini Swoosh and Chinese characters are seen on the lateral mudguard and toebox respectively, with a white midsole and translucent orange outsole featuring tiger stripes to finish off the sneaker.
The Nike Dunk High “Year Of The Tiger” is scheduled to drop later this year via SNKRS and at select retailers. Check out the official photos below and for all the latest drop dates, head over to our Sneaker Release Dates page.
Nike Dunk High “Year Of The Tiger”