The Nike Dunk Low ‘Seoul’ features a distinctive palette inspired by the Taegeukgi, the national flag of South Korea.
The low-top makes use of a white leather upper with contrasting black leather overlays and mismatched accents between each shoe.
The left features a red Swoosh and hits of royal blue on the semi-translucent outsole and heel tab, marked with ‘Nike’ in Korean lettering.
The right shoe flips the arrangement with a blue Swoosh and red outsole and heel tab.
A Korean flag tongue tag on the left shoe represents the finishing touch.
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