The Nike Dunk silhouette first saw the light of day in 1985. What was originally a basketball sneaker has become a streetwear icon, now available in Dunk Low, Dunk High and the lesser known Dunk Mid cuts.
Since 2002, the Nike Dunk has been conquering the skateboarding world as the Nike SB Dunk. The popularity of these sneakers is behind the unique Nike Dunk x Travis Scott collaboration or the collaboration with popular ice cream producer Ben & Jerry's. The latter led to the combining of many colors and textures on the bold Nike SB Dunk Low Ben & Jerry's Chunky Dunky. The collaborations with Off-White or Supreme, which are known for their original designs, are also worth mentioning. However, not only advocates of unusual color combinations will choose these shoes, but also fans of minimalism and neutral tones will find their dream pair.