While not the brand’s first time “reversing” an iconic arrangement, the upcoming pair will arguably be one of the most celebrated as the Nike Dunk “Kentucky” has proven a fan-favorite since debuting in 1985. The Phoenix Suns’ Devin Booker set the sneaker world into a frenzy in February 2020 when he shared a look at the original style’s return in low-top form. The “Reverse Kentucky” makeover covers the toe box, mid-foot and collar underlay in a rich “Racer Blue” tone, leaving panels around the forefoot, along the tongue and across the heel to opt for a “colorless,” “White” look. Profile swooshes also follow suit, trading their traditional bold hue for a muted tone that allows their surroundings to steal the spotlight. Air Jordan 1-reminiscent sole units, however, maintain a two-tone pairing directly transplanted from Moore’s inaugural “Be True To Your School” series, allowing for heritage to continue having a place in the modern age.