Nike’s Move to Zero has been rife with brand new silhouettes, including the entire Space Hippie collection, the Jordan Crater, and the Vapormax 2020 Flyknit — all composed of recycled materials in at least some way. And though the Dunk Low and High have been relatively unincluded, it seems that may be starting to change upon the reveal of the Dunk Low “Lemon Wash.” Not quite as overt in its sustainability as the aforementioned, the pair leads with a patchwork construction that seems to use scrap fabrics for construction. Hits of a familiar light wash denim dresses the toe while universal cream accents hit the tongue tab, swoosh, and laces; patterned treatments found along the eye stay, toe cap, heel wrap, and mid-panel appear to have been done towards the end of the production cycle, providing a new look to the existing swatches of dark blue, purple, and the like. Moreover, even the sole looks like it bears different byproduct embedded within. Grab a quick look at these once again right here and sit tight for further word on its late 2020 release date.