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The 7 Most Expensive Dunks on the Aftermarket [$60,000+] Resale

By March 3, 2022Food for thought, Nike

Most Expensive Dunks - AIO BotNike Dunks are one of the most epic Nike sneakers EVER. Every time we think that it will be the last time we see them, they come back stronger than ever! They featured in some of the coolest Nike collaborations like Comme des Garcons, Supreme, Union LA, and so much more. But, they are also some of the best sneakers to resell on the aftermarket. And, to prove it to you, we’ve prepared this list of the most expensive Dunks on the resale market! Check them out!

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THE 7 MOST EXPENSIVE DUNKS

SB Low Paris – $62,000

Most Expensive Dunks - Paris - AIO Bot

Release Date: March 2002
Retail Price: $110
Average Resale: $62,000
Price Premium: 56,263%

First, we’re gonna start big! The Nike Dunk SB Low PARIS wins the competition for the most expensive Dunks on resale! It definitely has the biggest recorded resale value at [$62,000]. But, why is it SO expensive? Like, WHAT WAS THE REASON?

These Dunks are probably one of the most recognizable Nike kicks in the entire world. They are extremely SUPER rare with reportedly only 150 – 200 pairs in existence. Nike created these Dunks as production samples for Nike’s traveling White Dunk Exhibition. The pair features canvas overlays covered with artwork of the late French painter, Bernard Buffet. And so, every single one of the Nike Dunk Low SB Paris is unique – depending on the canvas cut.

Nike SB Dunk Low Staple NYC Pigeon – $38,000

Most Expensive Dunks - NYC - AIO BotRelease Date: March 2005
Retail Price: $200
Average Resale: $38,000
Price Premium: 18,900%

Next, we’ve got the Nike SB Dunk Low Staple NYC Pigeon! These are some of the most expensive Dunks in the world with a $30,000+ resale. These kicks are Jeff Staple’s Dunks that caused complete release riots!

Also, rumor has it that people actually had to sneak out the back to catch a cab and avoid mugging! How brutal! The lengths sneakerheads would go to get their hands on hyped kicks! Especially for a sneaker inspired by the NYC pigeons. Only 150 pairs released.

SB Low London – $18,150

Most Expensive Dunks - London - AIO BotRelease Date: January 2004
Retail Price: $60
Average Resale: $18,150
Price Premium: 30,150%

Also, another one of the City Series, is the Nike SB Dunk Low London. We guess the most expensive Dunks mostly came from this collection. It featured an embroidered outline of the River Thames on the heel and only 202 pairs released! 

SB Low Tokyo – $12,367

Most Expensive Dunks - Tokyo - AIO BotRelease Date: January 2004
Retail Price: $60
Average Resale: $12,367
Price Premium: 20,512%

And, we can’t forget about the Nike SB Dunk Tokyo with its super limited release. This is also one of the most expensive Dunks on resale at around $12,000. It was initially gonna be a raffle release with 10,000 raffle tickets available. But, it ultimately dropped with only 200 pairs.

SB Low What the Dunk – $11,452

Most_Expensive_Dunks - What the Dunk_ - AIO BotRelease Date: October 2007
Retail Price: $120
Average Resale: $11,452
Price Premium: 91443%

Then, we have the Nike Sb Dunk Low What the Dunk – one of the most famous and most expensive Dunks! It incorporates designs from some of the BEST Dunk colorways from previous years. Therefore, it feels like a Dunk that brings together all kinds of Nike Dunks!

Low Cactus Plant Flea Market Spiral Sage – $9,684

Most_Expensive_Dunks - Sage - AIO BotRelease Date: November 18th, 2020
Retail Price: $550
Average Resale: $9,684
Price Premium: 1,6661%

This Dunk comes from the Cactus Plant Flea Market sneaker collaboration with Nike. Also, it happens to be one of the most expensive Dunks on the resale market with resale at almost 10K! It came covered in Swarovski crystals and exaggerated a Swoosh!

SB High Pro SB Supreme Red Stars – $6,586

Most_Expensive_Dunks - Supreme - AIO BotRelease Date: August 8th, 2003
Retail Price: $75
Average Resale: $6,586
Price Premium: 8,861%

Finally, we have the last of our most expensive Dunks on this list – the High Pro SB Supreme Red Stars. It featured two shoes that came with an extra set of shoelaces and three colorways. Also, it was supposed to feature repeating Swoosh icons, but for some reason that never happened.

Regardless, the stars were still a big hit with $6,000+ resale!