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Neon green embellishments and multicoloured tongue branding are added as accessories to the kicks.
The access that University of Oregon athletes have to premium Nike and Jordan Brand apparel is unmatched by any other school in the NCAA. The Beaverton sportswear businesses provide their players and coaching staffs with extremely rare player exclusives, ranging from performance Swoosh-designed shoes to Jordan retros. The most recent to surface is this Tinker Hatfield-designed Nike Dunk Low "Oregon" PE.
The trainers' uppers have a set of lighter neutral colours mostly. Dusty grey suede panels are used to create the quarter panels and toe boxes, while grey tumbled leather is used to create the overlays. White leather Swoosh emblems are adorned with neon green accents, while internal liners and the exposed stitching that frame each panel of the base layer are both coloured neon green.
A multicoloured Ducks emblem can be found on the tongues, and the university's "O" logo has taken the place of the typical Nike branding. The insoles have a Ducks of a Feather logo on the left side to honour the brand created by and for student-athletes at Oregon, and an additional "O" against a background of colourful stripes on the right side. On the inside side of the tongues, Tinker Hatfield signs off last.
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