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There are a handful of reasons why the Nike Dunk stormed 2021 most-popular lists. Not least because it was the foundation of several hyped collaborations, but also because it played up to growing tastes around retro silhouettes. As we enter the last stretch of the year, Nike is targeting retro lovers one last time with the Nike Dunk Low Goldenrod.

Although releasing for the first time on December 16, the Nike Dunk Low Goldenrod might look familiar. The two-tone colorway nods to the origins of the silhouette, reviving one of the first Nike Dunk Low colorways that debuted in 1985 as part of the Be True To Your School collection. These varsity colorways have been the inspiration of many modern iterations, but few look as great as the yellow & black leather outfit of the Goldenrod.

Originally paying homage to Iowa, the Nike Dunk Low Goldenrod looks to classic black leather uppers highlighted by golden yellow overlays. Turning the clock back, the Swoosh opts for classic Nike branding to the tongue label and heel tab to max out the retro feel.

How much does the Nike Dunk Low Goldenrod cost?

The Nike Dunk Low Goldenrod retailed for a price of $100 but copping at that price point is tricky. If you missed out, you can still secure a pair at StockX. Currently sitting at a 57 percent price premium, the average sale price on StockX is $153.

Release date: December 16, 2021 Price: $100 Brand: Nike Model: Dunk Low

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NikeDunk Low Championship Goldenrod
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