Nike Dunk

It was introduced in 1985 as a college basketball shoe. Several years later, skaters embraced the silhouette for its durability and protection, leading to Nike SB and the SB Dunk. With the Fragment CLOT ’20th Anniversary,’ ‘Unlock Your Space,’ ‘Chinook Salmon’ and ‘Blue Suede,’ the Dunk is now a cultural icon.

Each school’s colors would be represented. Sports fans were the first to follow the rise of the Nike Dunk, but things didn’t stop there. In subsequent versions, the Dunk gained visibility as a general lifestyle shoe and one that appealed to niche crowds like skaters. There are a variety of Dunks available for collectors, including hybrids, skates, and boots. After releasing original colorways for various universities, Nike kept the Dunk High in its vault for a decade. In 1998, the retro Dunk High saw higher demand than ever due to the absence of the shoe. The Nike Dunk Low White Black colorway and the Nike Dunk Low University Red colorway are some of the most popular Dunk sneakers.