The Nike Dunk is in the midst of a renaissance period, something that becomes abundantly clear when tracking the value of past releases on the resell market. A couple of years back, Nike made a concerted effort to restore the SB Dunk to its former glory, re-hiring old designers from the silhouette’s early-to-mid ’00s heyday and collaborating with leading skateboarding brands around the world on highly-limited releases.

Not only did that put newer releases on the map and increase sneakerheads’ general interest in the silhouette, but it also resulted in older OG releases rising dramatically in value. Collaborations such as the early Supreme elephant print colorways, the “Ray Gun” lows from 2005, and the Stussy x Nike SB Dunk Low have seen resell prices spike on StockX, for example.

With the silhouette celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2022, it's no surprise that Nike continues to push the Dunk, tapping collaborators such as Supreme, Diamond Supply Co., and Virgil Abloh to name a few. Below, we've rounded up the 20 most expensive Nike Dunks right now.

Read on for the 20 most expensive Nike Dunks right now.

Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Hi “Red Stars”

Release Date: 8 August, 2003 Retail Price: $75 Average Resale Price (last 12 months): $1,855 Buy at: GOAT, StockX Editor’s Notes: Supreme and Nike followed up their first set of collaborative Dunks from 2002 with a trio of star-clad high-tops. Whereas the original Supreme x Nike Dunk release comprised two shoes with an extra set of laces each, this pack included three colorways, each with two extra laces and a gold, Supreme-branded lace-lock. Originally, the shoe was supposed to feature a repeating Nike/Swoosh icon logo, but due to legal reasons the stars replaced the logo on the retail pair (though samples of the icon logo do exist).

Chocolate x Nike SB Dunk Low

Release Date: 1 June, 2002 Retail Price: $60 Average Resale Price (last 12 months): $1,875 Buy at: GOAT, StockX Editor’s Notes: This Dunk Low was created in collaboration with West Coast label Chocolate Skateboards, sister company to Girl Skateboards, and was released as the companion to the Zoo York Dunk. The cross detailing on the heel served to commemorate the life of legendary Chocolate team rider Keenan Milton, who passed away in 2002.

Nike SB Dunk Low “Entourage” (Friends & Family)

Release Date: N/A Retail Price: N/A Average Resale Price (last 12 months): $2,000 Buy at: Stadium Goods, GOAT, StockX Editor’s Notes: Whereas a retail version of the “Entourage” Nike SB Dunk did drop on Black Friday in 2011, the Friends & Family version is much rarer, and therefore much more valuable. Noticeable differences include an Entourage logo on the tongue, black stitching on the heel instead of gold, and a black outsole instead of gum.

Off-White™ x Nike Dunk Low “Pine Green”

Release Date: N/A Retail Price: $170 Average Resale Price (last 12 months): $2,000 Buy at: Grailed, Stadium Goods, StockX Editor’s Notes: At the time of writing, Virgil Abloh’s hotly-anticipated Nike Dunks have not been released just yet, though they are expected to drop on 20 December. The pack consists of three colorways, and the “Pine Green” above is proving to be the most popular (and expensive).

Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Low “Black Cement” 2002

Release Date: 1 September, 2002 Retail Price: $65 Average Resale Price (last 12 months): $2,000 Buy at: GOAT, Stadium Goods, StockX Editor’s Notes: In 2002, Supreme borrowed the elephant print usually reserved for the Nike Air Jordan 3 and used it on two colorways of the Dunk Low Pro, resulting in an instant classic, a status reflected in the fact that both colorways have made this list. Only 500 pairs were released and the sneakers have quickly risen to grail-status among Nike SB collectors.

Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Low “White Cement” 2002

Release Date: 1 September, 2002 Retail Price: $65 Average Resale Price (last 12 months): $2,108 Buy at: GOAT, Stadium Goods, StockX Editor’s Notes: The second colorway of the aforementioned elephant print pack that Supreme dropped in 2002 swaps the black base for a white one, with blue accents instead of red. The result is just as clean as the other colorway on this list.

Diamond Supply x Nike SB Dunk Low “Canary Yellow” (Friends & Family)

Release Date: N/A Retail Price: $250 Average Resale Price (last 12 months): $2,217 Buy at: GOAT, Stadium Goods, StockX Editor’s Notes: Originally reserved for friends and family of Diamond Supply Co., the “Canary Yellow” version dropped in highly-limited quantities at ComplexCon in 2018. The sneaker’s drop caused a riot, with pairs having to be escorted out by security.

Sole Collector x Nike Dunk Low “Cowboy”

Release Date: 16 November, 2005 Retail Price: $150 Average Resale Price (last 12 months): $2,400 Buy at: GOAT, StockX Editor’s Notes: This design was a collaboration between Nike and publisher Sole Collector. Every panel on the sneaker is not only a different color, but also made from a different material.

Medicom x Nike SB Dunk Low 2004

Release Date: 1 December, 2004 Retail Price: $65 Average Resale Price (last 12 months): $2,467 Buy at: GOAT, StockX Editor’s Notes: The second collaboration between Medicom and Nike SB resulted in a tasteful denim iteration that harkened back to Reese Forbes' Denim Dunk, albeit with cleaner selvedge denim and a more monochrome approach. It was only available through Medicom’s webstore, making it highly-limited.

Girls Don’t Cry x Nike SB Dunk Low (Friends & Family)

Release Date: N/A Retail Price: N/A Average Resale Price (last 12 months): $2,895 Buy at: GOAT, StockX Editor’s Notes: Verdy’s Girls Don’t Cry label teamed up with Nike on a Dunk Low in 2019 that was released in highly-limited numbers in Japan. That pair was all red with white detailing – the Friends & Family version, a cream white effort, was even more limited.

Parra x Nike SB Dunk Low (Friends & Family)

Release Date: N/A Retail Price: N/A Average Resale Price (last 12 months): $3,054 Buy at: GOAT, Stadium Goods, StockX Editor’s Notes: Parra and Nike are no strangers to collaboration, having teamed up on a number of Air Max 1s in the past. In 2019, the duo linked up again, this time working on both a Blazer and Dunk low in all-white, with typical hits of Parra color. The Friends & Family version of the Dunk was never released to the public, thus making it so collectible.

Michael Lau x Nike SB Dunk Low “Gardener Wood”

Release Date: 29 September, 2006 Retail Price: $250 Average Resale Price (last 12 months): $4,213 Buy at: GOAT, StockX Editor’s Notes: Hong Kong artist Michael Lau teamed up with Nike on this Dunk Low inspired by his Gardener skateboarding comic strip. The design references NY Fat, a character in the aforementioned strip.

Nike SB Dunk Low “Tokyo”

Release Date: 2004 Retail Price: $60 Average Resale Price (last 12 months): $4,531 Buy at: GOAT, StockX Editor’s Notes: The “Tokyo” Nike SB Dunk Low was limited to SB accounts in Tokyo and got rid of the stuffed tongue and Nike logo on the heel and tongue. It was part of the famous City Series that included pairs from London, Paris, and New York. At the time of release, 10,000 raffle tickets were sold, though only 200 pairs were made.

Nike SB Dunk Low “What The Dunk”

Release Date: 1 October, 2007 Retail Price: $120 Average Resale Price (last 12 months): $4,893 Buy at: Stadium Goods, GOAT, StockX Editor’s Notes: Although it’s not the most expensive on this list, the “What The Dunk” is probably one of the most famous Nike SB Dunk Lows, due to it incorporating design details from some of the most beloved colorways from Nike SB’s early years.

Nike SB Dunk Low “London”

Release Date: 2004 Retail Price: $60 Average Resale Price (last 12 months): $5,047 Buy at: GOAT, StockX Editor’s Notes: The “London” Nike SB Dunk Low is part of the same City Series as the above Tokyo Dunk, as well as versions from Paris and New York. It features an embroidered outline of the River Thames on the heel, the most famous waterway in England and central to London’s history. Only 202 pairs were released worldwide.

Reese Forbes x Nike SB Dunk Low “Denim”

Release Date: 1 December, 2002 Retail Price: $65 Average Resale Price (last 12 months): $5,399 Buy at: GOAT, Stadium Goods, StockX Editor’s Notes: Reese Forbes teamed up with Natas Kaupas for his second SB Dunk collaboration, choosing to cover the silhouette in distressed denim. The result was a timeless classic, and a style that has been adopted by customizers and other collaborators, including Jordan Brand and Levi’s.

Concepts x Nike SB Dunk Low “Yellow Lobster”

Release Date: N/A Retail Price: N/A Average Resale Price (last 12 months): $6,845 Buy at: GOAT, eBay, StockX Editor’s Notes: The yellow version of Concepts’ long-running “Lobster” Nike SB collaborations was only available to friends and family of the retailer and Nike SB in July 2009. The chances of finding a yellow lobster in the wild is roughly one in 40 million, and while not quite that difficult to find, the Concepts x Nike SB Dunk Low is equally rare.

Nike SB Dunk Low “Freddy Krueger

Release Date: N/A Retail Price: N/A Average Resale Price (last 12 months): $9,250 Buy at: GOAT, Grailed, StockX Editor’s Notes: The Freddy Krueger-themed Nike SB Dunk Low is one of the rarest in existence. Rumor has it that the sneaker was created for the cast and crew of the movie A Nightmare on Elm Street, but due to legal reasons, Nike was ordered to destroy all pairs. A few samples escaped the furnace, resulting in incredibly high resell prices.

Staple x Nike SB Dunk Low “NYC Pigeon”

Release Date: 1 March, 2005 Retail Price: $200 Average Resale Price (last 12 months): $11,965 Buy at: GOAT, StockX Editor’s Notes: Jeff Staple’s “NYC Pigeon” Dunk literally caused riots when it dropped in 2005, with customers reportedly being snuck out of the back of the store and into taxis to avoid being mugged by the waiting mob.

Nike SB Dunk Low “Paris”

Release Date: 1 March, 2002 Retail Price: N/A Average Resale Price (last 12 months): $19,500 Buy at: GOAT, eBay, StockX Editor’s Notes: The most expensive sneaker on this list, the Paris Dunk Low was part of the same pack as Jeff Staple’s NYC Pigeon Dunk above. Rumor has it 202 pairs were produced, each featuring original artwork by Bernard Buffet on the panels along the laces, heel, and toe box.

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