Nike is finally bringing back the “Brazil” colorway, a colorway inspired the flag of its namesake.
The Nike Dunk “Brazil” first dropped in 2000 and has not seen a revival over the last 10 years.
But that’s about to change. With the resurgence of the Dunk line, Nike has brought back the sneaker from its archives for its very first retro in 20 years.
The Nike Dunk “Brazil” draws inspiration from its namesake’s national flag. The upper features leather panels in pine green and varsity maize in the classic Dunk color blocking.
Hits of white can be seen on the tongue tab, laces, and midsole, which help balance out the very bright color scheme.
Do you remember when the Nike Dunk “Brazil” first dropped? Share your thoughts on the Brazilian colorway in the comment section.
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