Thanks in part to its many collaborations, the Nike Dunk Low has gradually become one of the most desired silhouettes on the market, most releases selling out near instantly as a result.
And though GRs have typically garnered praise for their use of original colors, offerings like the “Community Garden” are still equally notable as fans new and old are enticed by the maximal use of both pattern and color.
While a loud colorway at its core, the pair is arguably more interesting for its materials: a set that is not only bold in its dye but also sustainable as it recycles various swatches of canvas.
This is why most of the panels are unique to the ones adjacent as the blue, dark purple, and lilac shades are textured with distinct nep; the shapes printed above, however, do seem to be applied towards the end of production as the same reticles and circles are scattered throughout, while lesser used florals, lines, and the like stand unique to their respective sections.
(September 4, 2020 by Michael Le of Sneaker News)