Dunk SB: the skateboard version of the Nike Dunk
There Nike Dunk Who celebrated his 35th birthday in 2020, is far from having had a classic story. This legendary sneaker was not intended to tread the streets and grips of skateboards but rather the parquet floors of theNba. Created in 1985, the Dunk was a great source of inspiration for the release of theAir Jordan 1. Eclipsed by the legendary model of Jordan, this silhouette will bounce back in a completely different sector, skateboarding, in its version Dunk High and especially Dunk Low.
It was in 1997 that the giant inswoosh started to look at the world of skateboarding. The market was dominated by many specialized players such asDc shoesOrVans. It made it very difficult to markeskateboarding, Nike Not being legitimate at all with the skateboarding community. It was in 2002 that the firm really decided to put a step in the world of skateboarding by creating its lineNike Sb And by offering us a first silhouette which without knowing how to go to become a classic of culturesneakers, thereNike Sb Dunk Low. It will also be deployed in version Dunk High. With a difficult launch, the SB range will gradually register as a reference in the world of skateboarding. Thanks to a selective selection centered on skateshops, and under the leadership of design redesigned by skaters likeDanny Suppa AndReese Forbes; The brand atswoosh Finally confirms his position as a leader and his legitimacy. But the model that will stand out and impose itself as the model ofsneakers hype of the 2000s is theNike Dunk Low. Today, creative teams keep reinventing the model, especially with hybrid models such as the Dunk Low Disrupt.
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Over the years, the SB range has drastically impacted the world of sneakers With limited editions that will fascinate many collectors since 2002. Nike knew that it was necessary to deploy limited editions which would arouse a special interest in the Skateboard community. Thus in September 2002, the equipment supplier joined forces with Supreme, a New York shop specializing in skateboarding that will revolutionize the world of streetwear and some sneakers. For their first collaboration, the two entities are inspired by colors OG of the Air Jordan 3 and offer us Dunk Low Pro SBSupreme White Cement And Dunk Low Pro SBSupreme Black Cement. Outings in 500 world copies, they will be one of the spearheads of the movement Nike SB. 1 year later, in 2003, an exclusive pack of three SBs Dunk High Supreme Vera the day: Varsity Red, there University Blue and the college Orange. The same year in August, the most popular and most recognizable model of Nike SB will see the light of day: the Nike Dunk Low PRO SB Paris. About 200 pairs were marketed for the traveling exhibition White Dunk : Evolution of a icon of Nike in 2003. There were also several SB versions there Dunk Very rare created specially around the theme of cities hosting the traveling exhibition. This pair in colors "rope/special cardinal" (using suede beige) Illustrates Paris using a superposition of reproductions of paintings made by the French painter Bernard Buffet. It's currently SB Dunk The most expensive to resale. Two years later, in March 2005, it was Jeff Staple and his Dunk Low PRO SB PIGEON which will create a media and cultural tide. Exit exclusively to. New York, she will be nicknamed the "Riot" because of the riots she will create on the day of her launch. Today, the Dunk SB lives a second golden age thanks to collaborations with the artist Travis Scott, the brand of frozen creams Ben & Jerry's or the shop Strangelove.
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