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Update: Nike Confirms Price Increases On Dunks Is Not Accurate

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Throughout the past few years, quality of life has gradually gotten worse in almost all regards. Inflation and rent, for starters, are at an all-time high, and shortages of all goods are causing costs to rise across the board. Even Nike is forced to raise the price of their own sneakers, doing so yet again not just for their catalog of Air Jordans but also the equally beloved, extremely popular Dunk Low and High.

Following a price change not long ago, the Dunk Low and Dunk High retailed for $110 USD and $125 USD, respectively. As we head into the next quarter, both silhouettes are seeing yet another increase of $10 USD, bringing their total ups to $120 USD and $135 USD. That’s not to mention SE models, which tack on an additional $10 USD premium.

The cost of this season’s Dunks will, fortunately, remain the same, with the changes to take effect once the next quarter officially begins.

Updated September 2nd, 2022: Nike representatives have confirmed with Sneaker News that the price increases on Nike Dunks is not accurate.

Info via @brandon1an