298 Nike SB Dunk Releases

298 Nike SB Dunk Sneakers already released

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Nike Dunk SB Facts

The Nike SB Dunk is, simply explained, the skateboard version of the Nike Dunk, which was launched in 1985 by the Swoosh. The designer responsible is called Peter Moore. If you look at his portfolio, you can actually see his signature. Moore has designed, among other things, the Jordan 1, whose shape undoubtedly has parallels to the Dunk.

In the past, hype was stoked continuously, especially by the Dunk SB. Colorways and material selection have contributed to the fact that especially sneakerheads from Asia and the US, Dunk SBs bought like crazy. Styles like the “Tiffany” SB Dunk and the “Freddy Krueger” made sure that the SB became a classic through its variations and the loving storytelling.

What are the Nike SB Dunk collabos?

In addition to the inline releases, there are also numerous collabos on the Nike SB Dunk to buy. It must be added that “MF Doom” and co are very rare to this day and therefore have an enormous collector’s value. The past Nike SB with Supreme today cost several thousand euros and are still cheap in relation to other releases. To buy a pair of Dunk SB “Pigeon”, you have to pay on StockX, up to 31,000 euros. That’s right, thirty-one thousand. That sounds intimidating at first – But don’t panic, because there are numerous, cool collabos like the “Parra” SB Dunk, or the “Ben-G”, which are fresh and quite affordable. It doesn’t have to be a SB “Stussy Cherry” to flex. The best outfit wins in the end.

Of course, Virgil Abloh has also launched an adapted Dunk silhouette and we wonder who will be the next Team Nike member to release a Dunk SB. Travis Scott seems to be celebrating the silhouette. Can we expect a Dunk SB “Cactus Jack” soon? Please, take my money!

Where can I buy the Nike SB Dunk?

While for a while, SB’s were only available in select stores, they are now available again at the usual sportswear retailers. So if you want to get yourself a pair, you can buy Nike SB Dunks at your local sneaker store.

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