Nike has made it clear that the Dunk is here to stay. The sportswear giant has supplied wearers with one colorway after another and is persistent in its journey of shelf domination. A few palettes have already become classic in the eyes of Nike, the most notable being the simplistic “Panda” rendition. Its black and white tones were previously inverted on the Dunk Low, featuring dominant white overlays and black sidenotes. Now, the “Reverse Panda” colorway hits the silhouette’s high-top sibling, donning wacky decor in a cut-out fashion. Clean white leather overlays are spread throughout, while the outer ankle flaps see a rectangular incision alongside ragged suede heel counters that reveal a zebra-like pattern. Crisp Swooshes extend onto the medials, transforming the tips into a gilded fuzzy textile that lands on a contrasting mesh bed. Black toe boxes are almost left untouched, excluding forefoot perforations that connect to a tonal paint-splattered opening. Take an official look at this upcoming release in the gallery above, and expect these to drop via Nike and select retailers later this year for $125 USD. Elsewhere in footwear, the Lakers-friendly New Balance 550 pack receives a confirmed release date.