Five of the Most Expensive Nike SB Dunks
You can’t deny the Nike SB Dunk is the talk of the town. We’ve been constantly discussing the almost 20-year-old silhouette, breaking it down, and chronicling its renaissance period. With colourways hitting shelves and selling out almost instantly, chasers of sneaker hype are looking to up their fit pic game and get their hands on pairs from the golden era. Infamous, extremely rare, and possibly worth more than your car, these few have seen a major spike on the resale market since the Dunk has circled back into the zeitgeist.
For those of you interested, we crawled the Internet and sussed multiple platforms, hand-picking five of the most expensive Dunks on the market right now. If you’ve got the cash to splash, or just trying to look at what you can’t afford, peruse the list down below…
Nike SB Dunk Low 'London'
With the River Thames embroidered on the heel, the Nike SB Dunk Low 'London' reps The Big Smoke to the max. And the average StockX resale price is as high as their living expenses at $6758.
Nike SB Dunk Low 'Freddy Krueger'
The story of the Nike SB Dunk Low 'Freddy Krueger' is an infamous one, a cease and desist was sent to Team Swoosh by New Line Cinema and they were ordered to destroy all pairs. However, some stores who had stock in their possession had let a few slip through the cracks. If you have the cash to splash, the StockX average resale value on the pairs that were meant to hit retail is $10,875.
Nike SB Dunk Low 'Yellow Lobster'
The Concepts' Nike SB Dunk collaboration has been going for a while now, and one of the most sought after pairs is the 'Yellow Lobster'. A Friends and Family pair, it was handed out back in 2009. Can you dig the $12,788 StockX average resale price?
Nike SB Dunk Low 'Staple NYC Pigeon'
Causing riots and craziness in the streets of New York, the Nike SB Dunk Low 'Staple NYC Pigeon' which dropped in 2005 has been a must-have for every enthusiast around the globe. The instantly recognisable pigeon logo drives the price up, with an average StockX resale value of $13,608.
Nike Dunk SB Low 'Paris'
No surprises here, extremely rare and very sought after, the Nike SB Dunk Low 'Paris' has been on the Grail list of many sneakerheads across the globe since its release. With the average resale value on StockX being $25,275, we can totally understand why.