NIKE DUNK LOW LX WMNS 'BANANA'
This is what you would get if you peeled a banana.. but in dunk form. Mostly clad in “Coconut Milk” and constructed from leather, the latest pair’s upper is unlike that of many other offerings of Moore’s 1985 design. Much of the top-half is left to match the off-white-colored sole unit underfoot, with contrast beginning at the “Vivid Sulfur”-animates profile swooshes and ankle flaps. While the Swoosh’s design team didn’t go all-out on the banana theme to convert the signature sidewall logos into the fruit, a banana appears on a shoe-specific logo found at the lateral heel. Lastly, brown suede appears on the upper heel panel, further nodding to the Nike Dunk‘s theme.
Men’s Nike shoes tend to have an equal width between the forefoot and heel. Women’s Nike shoes most often have a narrower heel than forefoot. Some women with a wider foot will often select men’s shoes for comfort, because women’s shoes are often more narrow than men’s shoes. According to Nike, other fit differences between men and women’s shoes include arch length and height.