Nike Honors The Oldest Basketball Court With Special “Dunk Low” Pack

Nike takes the advantage to celebrate the Trévis Gym in Paris that is considered as the oldest basketball court in the world ” June 11, 1891″ with two unpublished Nike Dunk Low.

This article highlights the powerful link that had knotted by the YMCA’s associations between continents that also led to the development of this sport everywhere in the world. This Nike Dunk was the brand’s first basketball shoe. Otherwise, Nike created two pairs of them where both feature a distressed leather composed in a herringbone pattern inspired from the Trévis’ gym floor and the original basketball leather. Another two touches and hints go on gold on the heel that represent the unpickable lock invented by Goerge Vuitton to keep the gym safe. The commemorative plaque displayed in the gym can be seen on the pairs’ tongues. A swoosh with stitches as the balloon of that remote time.

You can look both Nike Dunk Low Paris color options to be dropped on  June 10th, in limited quantities, only 200 per color. All the proceeds and funds collected with these pairs will be going to the association YMCA-UCJG as part of a crowdfunding campaign.

 Check out these detailed images and enjoy picking up this special pair for €110