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The Union x Nike Dunk Low “Argon” Releases on SNKRS Next Week

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Luis Torres

Union Los Angeles continues to strengthen its partnership with the Nike family. Following its Jordan Brand collabs across the AJ1 and a series of AJ4s, the Los Angeles staple revisits the Nike catalog on the upcoming release.

Although it’s been well over a decade since Nike and Union first linked on the Air Max 180, Union is back on the Swoosh with the upcoming Nike Dunk Low collection. Following the “Pistachio” colorway, the latest member of the Union x Nike Dunk Low “Passport Pack” is coming soon.

The Union x Nike Dunk Low “Argon” colorway draws inspiration from a rare sneaker Union’s Chriss Gibbs picked up in Japan. The blue and fluorescent red colorway features the same design language as its predecessor. The pair also features Union’s signature “UN/LA” tag and even introduces the boutique’s “Halo Man” logo on the shoe’s heel with an ankle button and even on the bottom of the forefoot that can be seen through the pair’s translucent outsole.

Following the March 31 Union release, the Union x Nike Dunk Low “Argon” releases on April 7 on SNKRS. The pair retails for $150. As always, our sneaker monitors and release day strategy will have members ready for drop day.

Stay tuned to SoleSavy for more sneaker-related news from your favorite brands, including Union and Nike.

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