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The Nike Dunk Low “Ultraman”, Another Co.JP Classic, Is Returning In 2024

Another iconic member of the City Attack series returns.

The Nike Dunk Low “Ultraman”, Another Co.JP Classic, Is Returning In 2024

25 years ago, Nike released a series of Japan-exclusive Nike Dunks fondly dubbed the “City Attack” Pack. A series of Low and High two-toned colorways, these Co.JP drops — or Concept Of Japan — gained a IYKYK following and rose to become one of the most sought after Asia-exclusives in Nike history. In 2024, Nike is unofficially commemorating its 25th Anniversary by bringing back some selects like the red/grey aka the Ultraman Dunks.

Remembered for its resemblance to the chief character of the Japanese anime, the Nike Dunk Low “Ultraman” first dropped in 1999 exclusively in Japan in limited quantity. It was merely a reverse color-blocking of the red/grey UNLV Dunks, which of course is one of the storied originals from 1985’s Be True To Your School collection, but given its ties to the region where it was dropped, it quickly adopted the unofficial moniker.

Currently, a release date for the Ultraman Dunk Low is not confirmed, but expect an MSRP of $135, which is the same price given to its fellow Co.JP brother the Nike Dunk Low “Reverse Curry”

WHERE TO BUY

Nike Dunk Low "Ultraman"

SKU: FQ6965-600
RETAIL PRICE: $135
RELEASE DATE: May 3, 2024

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