The Nike Dunk hit the hardwood for the first time in 1985 and was designed with basketball performance in mind. The silhouette expanded on the success of the Air Force 1 by showcasing the design’s versatility with color combinations, especially for college programs. It returned to the market in 1998 as a casual sneaker and was eventually converted into a skater’s shoe with added padding for the Nike SB line in 2002.
OFF-WHITE x Nike Dunk Low 'Pine Green'Add to Wish List
Virgil Abloh explores the art of deconstruction and recreation with a three-piece capsule collection of the OFF-WHITE x Nike Dunk Low. Launched in December 2019, this version is given a Pine Green and white leather upper, bold branding on the...
OFF-WHITE x Nike Dunk Low 'University Red'Add to Wish List
The OFF-WHITE x Nike Dunk Low collection taps into themes of fragmentation and rebuilding. Unveiled in December 2019, this iteration in University Red and grey leather has retro branding hits, a blown-up text graphic on the medial and a signature...
OFF-WHITE x Nike Dunk Low 'University Gold'Add to Wish List
Arrived in December 2019, OFF-WHITE and Nike continue their creative partnership by revisiting the Dunk Low for a three-piece capsule. This edition in University Gold and navy leather sports a signature orange flag label on the lateral Swoosh. Virgil Abloh's...
Nike Dunk Low SP 'Champ Colors'Add to Wish List
The Nike Dunk Low SP ‘Champ Colors’ channels the simple aesthetic of the silhouette’s OG colorways from the ‘80s. The all-leather upper features an orange base with contrasting blue overlays and a white Nike Swoosh. Perforated detailing on the toe...