Verdict from 5 user reviews

6 reasons to buy

  • Comfortable: The Nike Dunk Low Disrupt feels comfy on feet, several buyers have cited.
  • Fashionable: Many users love the stylish look of this model.
  • Premium: Some reviewers have vouched that this model is made of top-notch materials.
  • Chunky: Some ladies love that wearing this sneaker adds a few inches to their heights.
  • Breathable: The Disrupt version of the Nike Dunk Low has improved ventilation, some users have shared.
  • Grippy: It sticks pretty well on various surfaces, a couple of reviewers have said.

2 reasons not to buy

  • Width: Some critics complain that this model is narrower than their usual sneakers.
  • Sizing: Several gents mention that they hope Nike offers this sneaker in men's sizing as well. 

Bottom line

Nike attempts to reimagine the Dunk Low once again in the mold of the Nike Dunk Low Disrupt. This women-exclusive sneaker features a platform stance with thick paneling to add fresh energy to a classic silhouette. Also, it offers superb comfort and breathability, good enough for summer and spring breaks. With its striking update, this sneaker will surely juice up one's usual attire.

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Nike Dunk Low Disrupt: A break from a classic look

It seems that the Oregon-based company is not yet done revamping its Dunk silhouette. After a plethora of reinventions, Nike came up with a women-exclusive iteration called the Nike Dunk Low Disrupt.

This sneaker displays a modernized take on the vintage basketball silhouette. It has a chunky sole and exaggerated elements on the upper with thick paneling on the midsole to spice up the classic iteration. 

Why is it called Disrupt?

Nike calls this iteration Disrupt as it intentionally added unconventional details - a break from the usual Dunk Low sneaker.

  • The exposed foam tongue creates an unfinished, deconstructed style to inject fresh life into the classic silhouette. 
  • Found on the heel is an exaggerated leather pull tab that has rough finish edges.
  • Its thick midsole has eye-catching thick lines on the forefoot, midfoot, and heel to add stylish dimension.
  • Unlike the Dunk Low that is made entirely of leather, this sneaker has a mesh base with leather overlays.
  • It also has ankle flaps that are kept loose, inspired by the Nike Dunk High sneaker.
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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.

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