Nike Dunk Low Year of the Rabbit “Fossil Stone” FD4203-211

In celebration of the Chinese New Year, Nike still has some more colourways on the way for for the Year of the Rabbit. Aside from the White, Red, and Blue Dunks we have this Fossil Stone rendition. Immediate comparissons have to be made to the fan favourite Travis Scott Air Jordan 1 Low Reverse Mocha due to colour similarities. The Nike Dunk Low Year of the Rabbit “Fossil Stone” seems to be the more anticipated pair than the limited colourway we saw drop earlier in the year.

With all this in mind, we’re really hoping Nike decides to drop this shoe as a general release, but until we get confirmation, it is highly likely this will be an Asia exclusive F&F drop! In the meantime, let’s check out the rest of the official images of the shoe below.

At first glance, you can tell that pairs like this one will sell out quickly. The impressive neutral colour scheme boasts the Sail White leather base covering the Light Brown suede underlay. Furry Swooshes also come in two colours, the lateral appears lighter than the Swoosh logos on the medial side.

Embroidered bunny silhouettes adorn the rear panel as a nod to the Year of the Rabbit.

Chinese characters appear on the tongue tab with a furry texture. The special sockliner also features a rabbit.

Typical embroidered Nike branding completes the heel panel.

Finishing off the incredible colourway is the special CNY box flaunting rabbit textures. 2011 – 2023 labels on the side resemble the 2011 CNY collection.

We have no confirmation if this Nike Dunk Low Year of the Rabbit “Fossil Stone” will hit the UK region. Other countries already got their pairs. It’s likely that Nike released these Dunks as regional exclusives as we got the other Nike Dunk Low Year of the Rabbit back in January.

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