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A Closer Look at the Nike Dunk Low ‘Lemon Drop’

Nike Dunk Low Lemon Drop DJ6902-700 Release Date

Nike Sportswear will debut another themed Dunk Low. Once again, we have a women’s exclusive that’s dubbed ‘Lemon Drop’ and will launch this Spring.

This Nike Dunk Low comes dressed in a Lemon Drop, Opti Yellow, Sail, and Zitron color combination. First, they come highlighted with Sail tumbled leather across the upper while suede adorns the overlays in a faded Lemon hue. Next, the traditional shade of Yellow appears on the tongue and insole branding, Swoosh, and heel. We also have patent leather on the heel with a lemon embroidered on the lateral side. Finally, we have a White midsole and a translucent Gum rubber outsole to finish the look.

Nike Dunk Low Lemon Drop Release Details

You can expect the Nike Dunk Low ‘Lemon Drop’ to release at select retailers and Nike.com soon. The retail price is $100. As soon as we have additional information, we will make sure to update you. For now, scroll below for additional photos that will give you a closer look.

Nike Dunk Low Lemon Drop
Color: Lemon Drop/Opti Yellow-Sail-Zitron
Release Date: Spring 2021
Style Code: DJ6902-700
Price: $100

Update (3/12): Check out this detailed look at the ‘Lemon Drop’ Nike Dunk Low via brandon1an. Currently, a release date is unknown.

Nike Dunk Low Lemon Drop DJ6902-700 Release Date

Nike Dunk Low Lemon Drop DJ6902-700 Release Date

Nike Dunk Low Lemon Drop DJ6902-700 Release Date

Nike Dunk Low Lemon Drop DJ6902-700 Release Date

Nike Dunk Low Lemon Drop DJ6902-700 Release Date Info

Nike Dunk Low Lemon Drop DJ6902-700 Release Date Info

Nike Dunk Low Lemon Drop DJ6902-700 Release Date Info

Nike Dunk Low Lemon Drop DJ6902-700 Release Date Info

Nike Dunk Low Lemon Drop DJ6902-700 Release Date Info

Nike Dunk Low Lemon Drop DJ6902-700 Release Date Info

Nike Dunk Low Lemon Drop DJ6902-700 Release Date Info

Nike Dunk Low Lemon Drop DJ6902-700 Release Date Info

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