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From the summer-ready “Fruit Pack” comes the next Nike SB Dunk with an extra creative flair: the “Green Apple.” The bright neon green shoe is topped off with a graphic of a grinning apple character on the inside of the tongue tag.
Nike SB Dunk Low Green Apple
Back in the day, the Nike SB Dunk Low “What the” was the first sneaker to combine multiple colorways for a completely bonkers, mismatched look. The theme’s legacy was continued in grand fashion by Paul Rodriguez on his own “What the” Dunk.
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One of the more creative Nike Dunks of the year is the “Barbershop.” As its name suggests, the colorway is awash with designs inspired by barbershop paraphernalia, including a gold clip blade as a lace dubrae.
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There are plenty of great Nike SB Dunks from the skate shoe’s early days worth revisiting, like the “Takashi” from 2003. Japanese skater Takashi Hosokawa was behind the design of this luxury-inspired vibe, one of the first of its kind for the SB Dunk.
The story of the Nike Dunk Low Next Nature continues to be told. Up next for the shoe made from sustainable materials is the “Sun Club” a colorway with a mismatched color block made from multiple textiles.
Yes, white leather or canvas sneakers are a vibe for summer. But light grey suede colorways like the Nike Dunk Low “Vast Grey” work just as well.
Not your average Dunk. The Nike Dunk Low “Sea Glass” receives a new look inspired by a cobbler’s cutting room floor.
It was only a matter of time before Nike released the Dunk in “University Red.” Once known as the “St. John’s” colorway, the white-and-red shoe is a core component of the college basketball-inspired “Be True to Your School” pack from 1985.
Remember this gem? Released in 2003, the Nike SB Dunk Low “Pure Red” was bundled with a colorway in a reverse color block called the “Vamp” that was also inspired by vampires. Spooky!
Another example of a history lesson in the form of a shoe. The Nike SB Dunk Low “Chlorophyll” is a tribute to another throwback sneaker, one even more retro than the SB Dunk: the Nike Air Trainer 1 of the same nickname from 1987.
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Me Too Shoes
From Nike’s Spring 2022 collection, the Women’s Nike Dunk Low “Blue Paisley” modifies the popular sneaker by replacing its standard leather Swoosh with one designed in an eye-catching blue paisley textile.
You have enough to worry about. Why complicate what’s on your feet? For a classic, effortless shoe that goes with pretty much everything, try the Nike Dunk Low in “Two-Tone Grey.” It’ll look as great brand new as it will with a scuff or two.
The Women’s Nike Dunk is everywhere in 2022, and for good reason. Looking at the “Harvest Moon” colorway, it’s hard not to imagine the classic basketball shoe in every sneaker collector’s rotation based on its easy-wearing style and sweet retro vibes.
There may not be a colorway that typifies spring and summer footwear better than the Women’s Nike Dunk Low “Blue Paisley.” Its two-tone, airy color block and blue paisley Swoosh are primed for the warm weather season.
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Get into a springtime vibe with the Women’s Nike Dunk High “Lemon Twist,” a colorway of the classic basketball shoe that features mismatched panels in pastel colors that are tailored to the season’s warm tones.
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If you’re feeling the vintage trend happening in sneakers, the Women’s Nike Dunk High “Vintage Black” champions the look to the fullest degree with its shiny black leather panels and cream sole—hallmark details of well-worn, retro sneakers.
The Nike Dunk, like you’ve rarely seen it before. Inspired by the original shape and look of the classic basketball shoe from 1985, the “Acid Wash” collection further explores a decidedly throwback vibe with colorful acid wash detailing.
By Any Means Necessary
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Two By Two
Another must-have Supreme x Nike SB Dunk collaboration, the “By Any Means Necessary” pack features Dunks with branding once found on a remixed version of the New Era New York Yankees hat Supreme created in 2008, along with classic “Sup” style detailing.
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Another Nike Dunk Low in a two-tone color block is here. The “Court Purple” not only replicates the color coordination of throwback “Be True to Your School” Dunks from 1985, but it also mimics the look of the Air Jordan 1 Low of the same name.
Los Angeles Lakers
While most of the Union x Nike Dunk “Passport Pack” is inspired by hunting for rare colorways of the retro sneaker in Japan, the collection’s “Court Purple” release honors Union’s hometown Los Angeles Lakers with its purple and yellow accents.
New York Knicks
From 2002, the Nike SB Dunk Low “Supa” is an original, launch colorway of the skate shoe designed by pro skater and, as you can see, New York Knicks fan, Danny Supa. The sneaker was included in the Dunk’s now-iconic “Colors By” series.
Spring is in, but that doesn’t necessarily mean darker earth tone colorways are out. For a versatile shoe that goes with everything in your closet, we suggest the Women’s Nike Dunk High in “Moon Fossil.”
The college basketball season is over, but you can still show your allegiance to the sport with colorways such as the Nike Dunk Low “University Blue,” and many more. Shop your favorite college basketball-inspired Dunks at Stadium Goods.
A throwback look plays into the Nike Dunk’s basketball roots on the women’s-exclusive “Vintage Green.” Here, the old school hoops shoe features leather overlays and Swoosh branding that mimics the look and feel of vintage leather.
Another day, another intriguing Nike SB Dunk collaboration. This time, it's the first name in instant camera film, Polaroid, creating a colorway of the retro skate shoe that features its iconic Polaroid Spectrum motif on layered Swooshes.