Nike has unveiled the first-ever Dunk Low silhouette, which will be available in the United States on February 13.
The new silhouette features a pair of skinny black leather-and-black sneakers and a white midsole with a mesh tongue.
It is also available in a range of other colors, including the black and white colorway that was announced a few days ago.
“The Dunk Low is the best of Nike’s sneaker collection,” said Nike VP of global retail marketing and consumer product development Joris van den Brug, according to a release.
“Nike’s signature sneaker is designed to capture the modern day lifestyle with an all-day fit and feel.”
According to a video posted by the brand’s social media team, the Dunk Low will launch with two colorways, a black and a gold.
The shoe will retail for $150 on Nike.com.
Nike also unveiled the latest version of the Nike Run Trainer, which is due out on March 14.
The shoes will feature an insole made from a durable material and a heel cap made of durable materials.
According to the release, Nike will also be offering the Nike Fuel Trainer for $130.
Nike is currently in the middle of a major update to its Running Shoes range.
The first installment of the series, the Nike Gel Run, will launch in early February.