Its humble beginnings stretch back to 1985. It was initially designed for twelve specific university basketball players, including NCAA.
After several years, a new creative design of shoes is produced to dominate the sneaker market under the Nike SB brand. The Dunk entered an era of extreme popularity thanks to innovative partnerships with brands like Jeff Staple, Nick Tershay’s Diamond Supply Co., London’s Slam City Skates, and Stussy. Moving ahead to the present, the Dunk Low has once again won over sneakerheads worldwide.
Later, Dunk Lows and many more GRs appear at select skate shops and Nike SNKRS. Retail costs typically range between $100 and $200, but special editions and collaborations may have a slight price premium.