Nike Dunk Low

The Nike Dunk Low is the low-profile version of Nike’s ubiquitous Dunk silhouette designed by Peter Moore. The Dunk is currently a strong contender in the realm of casual lifestyle footwear, and has had its moments in sneaker culture dating back to 1999.

Its humble beginnings date all the way back to 1985; it was fashioned to the likeness of twelve universities known for their NCAA D1 basketball programs. Colleges included that of the University of Michigan, UNLV, St. John’s, University of Kentucky, Syracuse, Villanova, among others, all of which had their team colors translated onto the silhouette for an iconic collection dubbed the “Be True To Your School” Pack.

Several years down the road, a new lane was carved out for it to reign over the sneaker market. First was a set of Japan-exclusive releases in 1999, known as the “City Attack” Pack; these were titled with a “” designation, short for “concept Japan”. Later, Nike presented the Dunk as a skate shoe with a fat tongue. After several failed attempts to bring it to mass market, Nike finally launched Nike SB in 2002, with the Dunk as its heritage centerpiece.

Under the Nike SB umbrella, striking collaborations with the likes of Jeff Staple, London’s Slam City Skates, Stussy, and Nick Tershay’s Diamond Supply Co., catapulted the Dunk into an phase of off-the-richter-scale popularity. This era lasted from 2002-2005; by 2006, the Dunk had reached near-mainstream and the model became a bit oversaturated on the market. This began the “down” years for the Dunk until 2017 and beyond when Travis Scott and Kyrie Irving started rocking older Nike SB Dunks.

Fast forward to present day, the Dunk Low has once again captured the hearts of sneakerheads across the globe. While Nike SB Dunks get the limelight with the collaborations, the standard Dunk Low has been a go-to model for Nike as its been offered in a variety of colorways.

The Panda Dunks are arguably the most ubiquitous shoe on the market, and with Nike restocking Panda Dunks every few weeks, it continues to spread.

The revival of the Nike Dunk Low not only brings collaborative efforts to the forefront, but heavily incentivizes Nike to keep a steady stream of new colorways coming out. Below you’ll find the latest on every manner of Nike Dunk Low on either end and in between, including release dates, official photos and purchase links.

Nike Dunk Low

The Nike Dunk Low “Mink Brown” Is Ready For Fall Fashion

If you’re ready to move on from the levity of Pink Dunks and other soft-colored sneakers, Nike is ready to kick-start the changing of the...

By John Kim July 17, 2024

The Nike Dunk Low Twist Surfaces In “Olive/Black”

Officially unveiled at the start of 2023, the Dunk Low Twist embodies Nike’s goal of procuring a more diverse product line. Taking aim at a...

By Andrew Rizzo July 17, 2024

Satin Ribbons Adorn This Latest Women’s Pink Dunks

For all the fashionably inclined, Nike’s selection of pink women’s Dunk Low colorways for Fall 2024 includes some notable standouts. A croc skin colorway with...

By Andrew Rizzo July 17, 2024

“Green Suede” Grows On A Next Nature Nike Dunk Low

As an enduring tentpole model for the Swoosh, the Nike Dunk is a frequent choice for developing Beaverton’s continuing sustainability efforts. While efforts like Nike...

By Matt Varga July 17, 2024

The Perfect Pink Dunks Are Dropping This Fall

Still haven’t had your fill of Pink Dunks? Nike is ready to roll out yet another new colorway of the low-top classic with a quintessential...

By Sneaker News July 16, 2024

Croc Skin And Metal Studs Adorn The Nike Dunk Low

If you’re a fan of pink Nike Dunks but want something a bit more unique than a standard two-tone pair, there’s good news ahead. Taking...

By Andrew Rizzo July 16, 2024

The Nike Dunk Low Gets Icy In “Green Frost”

Looking to brighten up your summer wardrobe without going for a totally wild shoe? This “Green Frost” Dunk Low just might be the answer you...

By Matt Varga July 16, 2024

Pastel Colors & “Light Violet Ore” Dance On This Kids’ Nike Dunk Low

While some may decry the current state of Dunks, experiencing a major tumble in status in the past few years, others may celebrate that same...

By Matt Varga July 15, 2024

Halloween Colors Appear On The Nike Dunk Low

Calling all Halloween fanatics; the Nike Dunk Low just surfaced in a balanced mix of holiday colors well ahead of October. Breaking from traditional color...

By Andrew Rizzo July 15, 2024