Union Los Angeles and Nike are continuing their partnership with a collaboration of Union LA x Nike Dunk Low Passport Pack. Their pack will include three new hues of the Nike Dunk Low model.
The duo’s initial colorway was first introduced earlier this year on February 11, 2022, in limited quantities. This did not give a chance to every sneakerhead to get their hands on the collection. However, now sneakerheads will get another opportunity to buy a show from the Union LA x Nike partnership on March 31, 2022. This will include the release of two additional hues, Royal and Argon.
The Passport Pack paid homage to Union LA founder Chris Gibbs and his trip. Japan’s exclusive Nike Dunk Lows will launch to commemorate the 2000s era and the collection will include important pairs from the era with upper and stitching updates.
Chris Gibbs is himself a sneakerhead who used to travel the world in search of shoes that were either region-exclusive or classic designs from Peter Moore’s 1985 origins.
Gibbs is commemorating his three findings with the Union LA x Nike Passport Pack collaboration, which includes the Japan-exclusive 1999 City Pack Nike Dunk High. Although each pair’s design process is unique, Gibbs and Swoosh have covered the next styles with co-branding and detailing tearable ripstop nylon.
The Union LA x Nike collaboration’s initial colorway is called as Royal and is clothed in Court Purple Colorway, which is a makeover with a white, yellow, and purple color palette.
The Court Purple rendition pays homage to the high-top Nike Dunk Low, which debuted in Japan in a white and purple hue 23 years ago.
The Royal Colorway will be available for $150 on the official website SNKRS and store.unionlosangeles.com on Thursday, March 31, 2022, at 10 a.m. EDT.
The Argon colorway is the second from the collection and is clothed in a Hyper Royal/White-Psychic Blue Colorway with a grid patterned-upper that is built using an exposed hastily-stiched, see-through synthetic.
The quality leather is styled in a dark/light blue colour palette, with a synthetic grid upper on top. The shoes’ overlays are dressed in light blue, while the underlays are dressed in dark blue.
The Swoosh logo, tongue, and laces are clothed in white pop, while the emblems and tags are covered in orange paint to reflect the classic UN/LA insignia. The threads placed along the edge of each panel have a little burst of crimson.