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BEST Nike Dunks in History: Ruthless Resale & Dopest Designs

By March 26, 2021November 4th, 2022Nike, Sneakers

WILDEST Nike Dunks in Sneaker History - AIO BotNike Dunks might be one of the most interesting kicks in sneaker history! We’ve got everything from OG schemes, to insane ice-cream themes! We got the old-school colorways, to the most expensive overlays! Heck, we got everything from the highs to the lows! It’s literally sneaker gone WILD. The Nike Dunks reached an all-time high last year. So much so, that sneakerheads that have been in the industry for a while are expecting a possible sneaker sudden death! Even the most hyped sneakers die out at some point. But, the Dunks don’t seem to be slowing down even after 36 years in the game. That’s right, the Jordans weren’t the first on-court performance sneakers to drop in ‘85

Designer Peter Moore created a fusion of the Nike Terminator, the Air Force 1, and the OG Air Jordan 1 to create the first Nike Dunk High. These kicks were initially designed as college-centric basketball sneakers for NCAA athletes. But the Dunks had their own plans! Soon enough, these shoes had their own appeal to sneakerheads with their own hype. It was a slam-DUNK! The Dunks were the greatest sneaker mashup of the 20th century, living on to our present day. They’re the total vibe of a buzzer-beater dunk and a lifelong win! This is why, we’ve decided to put together all the wildest, ruthless Nike Dunks with the craziest designs ever!

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Before you see all the crazy amount of literal cash money all the lucky sneakerheads made copping these Nike Dunks, you have to first know HOW they got to do that! How did they get their hands on these insanely limited sneakers in the first place? The answer is pretty simple. You see, buying sneakers in-store is a miss or hit situation. But, most sneaker drops are online these days! You can take matters into your own hands using a sneaker bot. A sneaker bot boosts your copping powers beyond compare. You won’t have to worry about another release ever again. With a sneaker bot by your side, you will DOMINATE  the sneaker reselling game. You’ll be making thousands of dollars in no time.

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The Nike Dunks with the CRAZIEST Resale

A sneaker’s hype is VERY important. It’s the foundation for the perfect sneaker flex! But, what’s more, important than the hype is the resale value.

Let’s be real, when it comes to copping sneakers online, it mostly is about the flip. Reselling sneakers is the best way to make easy money in a world gone virtual. The more the resale, the greater the flip. It isn’t a secret that you can easily make a couple of grands in the sneaker reselling industry – so, why not be a part of it by copping Nike Dunks? We’ve got the 3 topmost RUTHLESS resales of Nike Dunks through history. Of course, the list goes on and on! Nike Dunks have a pretty decent reselling record. But, here are three sneakers that broke the scale!

Nike SB Dunk Low London

Landing in LONDON! SB Dunks, designed and re-engineered under Sandy Bodecker in 2001, were the gifts to skateboarders worldwide. They have added paddings into their insoles and outsoles with better traction – AKA the perfect skateboarding Dunks! Back in ‘04, Nike Dunk released the Nike SB Dunk Low London for the White Dunk art exhibition – the “White Dunk: Evolution of an Icon” event. It dropped during the show’s London part and had people lining up down the block! This Nike features suede uppers in different shades of grey. It also has an illustration of the 200-mile long river Thames on the heel. The drop was limited to 202 pairs only. So, you can already imagine what the resale on this baby looks like.

In short, this sneaker holds a price premium on StockX of 19,363.3% – that’s more than 19,000% over the original retail price. This isn’t just ruthless resale, it’s downright criminal! Now, people probably won’t be reselling these kicks anytime soon. Smart sneakerheads know when to hold on to sneaker, and when to flip them. It’s all just a matter of time in this industry. Oh! And a proper sneaker bot for sure. Oh, and just remember, this sneaker retailed for $60.

Low London 2004 - AIO BotRetail Price: $60
Release Date: 01/01/2004
Resale Price: $11,678

The Low Staple NYC Pigeon

So, here’s the scene. It’s 2005; the Black Eyes Peas are HUGE, the College Dropout is out, and skinny jeans are the thing! But, what matters to us is the drop of one of the INSANE sneaker releases ever. Nike dropped the City Pack – a pack of Nike Dunks featuring four amazing cities:  Paris, London, Tokyo, and New York City. Although all the sneakers in the pack were pretty sick, the Jeff Staple-designed NYC Dunk takes the cake. The Nike Dunk SB Low Staple NYC Pigeon was so popular that, on drop day, the NYC police department had to be called in to keep things orderly! Sneakerheads can be pretty savage – it’s all about the cop! Thank god for online sneaker copping. AND, guess what? Only 150 pairs of the Pigeon SB dropped. 150 pairs. That’s brutal.

Funny enough, these sneakers took inspiration from literal NY pigeons! Lucky bastards. It featured light and dark grey uppers with a white Swoosh. But, the best part of it is the little pigeon on the heel. Cooing their way to success. They retailed for an easy $200, with a price premium of 16,600% above the original retail price. Again, we repeat. Lucky bastards. 

Low Staple NYC Pigeon 2005 - AIO BotRetail Price: $200
Release Date: 03/01/2005
Resale Price: $24,277

Nike Dunk High Pro SB Supreme

Ah, Supreme. The name itself makes the resale value of any sneaker go through the roof. The epic sneaker collaboration took inspo from the 1985 “Be True to Your School” college Nike Dunks to create the Nike Dunk High Pro SB Supreme. The sneaker featured white leather uppers with a University Blue color scheme in faux-crocodile skin overlays. In addition, we can’t forget about the little golden star patterns on the quarter panels which were pretty neat. Of course, to round it all up, we had the Supreme-branded lace deubré in gold on the padded tongue. 

It was also an extremely limited drop to almost only 1,000 pairs released at the Supreme stores in New York and Tokyo. For a retail of $75, it was a pretty sweet deal. Especially considering it has a price premium of 8,556% above the original retail price. It freakin’ retailed for less than a hundred bucks! 

Nike Dunks High Pro SB Supreme Blue Stars 2003 - AIO BotRetail Price: $75
Release Date: 08/08/2003
Resale Price: $4,563

The Nike Dunks with the SICKEST Designs

When it comes to sneaker design, it’s pretty easy to say that the Nike Dunks deserve some kind of strange-looking medal. Why? Well, amongst all the hyped sneakers we’ve seen in the industry, the Nike Dunks have the strangest, sickest designs – they’re literally the best ones! The best thing about these sneakers too is that they usually come from some awesome sneaker collaboration – like the Travis Scott SB Dunk or the Nike Dunk x Strangelove. But, some designs happen to be a little on the freakier side. If you know what we mean. *wink wink* No? Well, you’ll see! We got the top 3 craziest Nike Dunk sneakers with the sickest designs so far. They’re the sneakers fit for the perfect sneaker flex. They’re the kind of sneaker releases you don’t wanna miss! Of course, we personally got a sneaker bot, so we ain’t missin’ a drop.

The 420 Reverse Skunk

In celebration of the 10th anniversary of the OG Nike SB Dunk High Skunk 420, a new limited edition Nike Dunk x Familia Skateshop dropped! The Nike SB Dunk 420 Reverse Skunk – with a special box! AND, the drop featured only 420 pairs, each with its own number! What’s with them and all the limited releases?! It features a purple fuzzy fluffy upper with bits of green on the Swoosh and heel tab. Every iteration of this Nike Dunk has a specific number on the heel out of the 420 – that’s a bit creepy if you think about it. And, to finish it off, we got green outsoles, purple midsoles, and an epic graphic of a skunk on the insoles. 

The sneaker dropped on 4/20 (big surprise) retailing for $170. It currently holds a price premium of around 2,500% over the original retail price. So, not only does it have a pretty slick design, but it’s also a perfect sneaker for resale. Cop in bulk so you can keep a pair to flex, and flip all the other ones! We love a good-looking flip! It doesn’t have to be a Jordan or a Yeezy to flip for good cash money.

Nike Dunks High 420 Reverse Skunk 2020 - AIO BotRetail Price: $170
Release Date: 04/20/2020
Resale Price: $5,165

Nike Dunk SB Low Ben & Jerry’s Chunky Dunky

From LICKS to KICKS! The Chunky Dunky Nike Dunk takes a place on our list of strange Nike Dunk designs! Have a scoop of this animated drop that makes you crave a pint of ice cream. This sneaker features a whole new colorway with added detailing all over. It also has a cloudy blue sky with a beautiful green meadow upper and faux cowhide overlays. We’ve got the melting yellow Swoosh on the side and dripping brown leather patterns. It literally makes you want to go out for ice cream – even if it’s mid-winter! To make it even better, the sneaker had tie-dye interiors – total Ben & Jerry style. It’s all about the blue skies, the green fields, and ice cream. We all scream for ice cream! Never too old for that.

This Nike Dunk retailed for just a hundred bucks! NGL, it is such a deal! How do you know that people love Ben & Jerry’s? Just take a look at the price premium. Even if you don’t for some F-ed up reason, they still look so cool. This sneaker holds a frightening price premium of about 1,200% above retail price. Because we apparently got a lot of broken-hearted sneakerheads in this joint. We hope you got to cop yourself some of these cool kicks. If not, grab yourself a pint of some Rocky Road.

Low Ben & Jerry's Chunky Dunky 2020 - AIO BotRetail Price: $100
Release Date: 05/26/2020
Resale Price: $1,584

Cactus Plant Flea Market Spiral Sage

So, a stroll through the flea market? Well, this definitely ain’t no flea market material. This Cactus Plant Flea Market Nike Dunk for sure got a major upgrade, with Swarovski crystals covering the whole Dunk’s uppers. This CPFM Nike Dunks featured a deep green Spiral Sage color scheme with a DIY rhinestone home project vibe – a total head-turner. The CPFM Dunks include an exaggerated Swoosh on its side with a thick-padded tongue. It also has detachable double lace flaps with a Double Vision smiley on the shoe tag. This is a sneaker design that you can’t overlook – literally. Therefore, it will literally blind you when it hits direct sunlight. So, people will have no choice but stare! 

The CPFM Nike Dunk in Spiral Sage has a retail price of $120 – them Swarovski crystals are a B. But, you’ll forget all about that when you see the price premium on these kicks. Are you ready for it? These Nike Dunks hold a staggering price premium of 8,233% above the original retail price! What is this, some kind of pattern? That’s around 7 BIG ONES. Crazy! We shouldn’t be surprised, though. A cool-looking design is a one-way ticket to out-of-this-world resale! That’s when you get when you don’t have a strong sneaker bot and cop on retail!

Nike Dunk Low Cactus Plant Flea Market Spiral Sage 2020 - AIO BotRetail Price: $120
Release Date: 11/18/2020
Resale Price: $7,470