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Where To Buy The Nike Dunk Low “Plum”

Find direct retail links under the "Where To Buy" section ahead.

Where To Buy The Nike Dunk Low “Plum”

The Nike Dunk Low “Plum” releases on March 21st for a retail price of $115. The shoes will arrive in an extended sizing run, from size M3.5 to size M15. Nike’s SNKRS app will release the pair at 10 AM, but other retailers will also be receiving stock. Just ahead in our “Where To Buy” section, you’ll find direct links to each of those stockists ahead of drop day. Further down, you’ll find a gallery of images courtesy of Titolo, followed by a full breakdown of the sneaker’s history.

WHERE TO BUY

Nike Dunk Low "Plum"

SKU: CU1726-500
RETAIL PRICE: $115
RELEASE DATE: Mar 21, 2024

US 03/21/2024 Thursday

Retailer Time Shipping Release type Status Reminder
Sneaker Politics 10:00 North America Only Sold Out Sold Out -
WOODstack 10:00 North America Only Sold Out Sold Out -
SNS 10:00 North America Only Sold Out Sold Out -
TAKOUT NY 10:00 North America Only Coming Soon Coming Soon -
Concepts N/A North America Only In Store Only Offline Only -
Nike SNKRS US 10:00 North America Only Sold Out Sold Out -

Europe 03/21/2024 Thursday

Retailer Time Shipping Release type Status Reminder
END. N/A Ships worldwide Raffle Closed Raffle Closed -

The Nike Dunk Low “Plum” is in rare air, standing as an integral part of both the original and modern SB canon. Their first release came in 2001 as part of the CO.JP series, a run of sneakers exclusive to a select network of Japanese retailers. Alongside pairs like the Nike Dunk Low “Samba,” Air Jordan 1 “Midnight Navy” and Nike Dunk Low “Viotech,” the purple & red edition quickly became a hot commodity, only amplified by their geographical exclusivity. The cult following that emerged in the program’s wake prompted all of those aforementioned shoes to receive retro editions in 2019 & 2020.

The 2024 edition of the Nike Dunk “Plum” holds onto the color-blocking that Japanese customers were introduced to back in 2001, a muted mix of purple hues contrasted by bold red on the Swoosh and outsole. The Dunk model has experienced some changes since that early aughts release, so your structural mileage may vary if you somehow have a pair, but these nonetheless are built in the exact same fashion as when we saw them in 2020.

For the latest on another big release coming tomorrow, check out our breakdown of the Air Jordan 1 Low “Trophy Room” release.

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