Nike managed to bring the buzz on June 30, sharing a cryptic post of a Nike sneaker swarmed with bees. The stinging bugs left just enough of the shoe untouched to reveal a familiar black and yellow color scheme...and the Wu-Tang Clan's logo on the heel.

Wait, are Nike and the Wu-Tang Clan relaunching their ultra-rare Dunks? It sure looks that way.

In the Instagram post, Nike naturally tagged Wu-Tang, the hip-hop music group consisting of RZA, GZA, Method Man, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck, U-God, Masta Killa, and the late Ol' Dirty Bastard.

Wu-Tang has since reshared Nike's post with a link to a website offering further details via phone number.

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The Wu-Tang x Nike Dunk High is regarded as one of the rarest, most coveted Dunks in sneaker history. Apparently, only 36 pairs were made when the shoes released in 1999.

Head rager Travis Scott owns one.

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Wu-Tang's Dunks stand out not only because of their unicorn status but also because of their design. The sneakers featured crisp leather uppers topped with unmistakable black and yellow colorblocking.

The music group's unforgettable logo lands on the heel and tongue, a historic symbol for a history-making shoe.

Honestly, they're quite literally the "Varsity Maize" Dunks with Wu-Tang badges.

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Given their grail rank, the Wu-Tang Dunks have naturally fetched five figures on the secondhand market. Most recently, a pair sold on Justin Reed's website for $50,000.

Hopefully, Wu-Tang x Nike Dunks won't cost that much when they return — well, if they return.

Sure, Nike's mysterious message suggests the shoes are coming back. However, neither brand has officially given a solid confirmation for the re-release.

So for now, we wait.

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Nike continues to dig through its archives, bringing back not only certified classics but previously super exclusive grails.

First, HUF revived its limited edition Air Max 1 sneakers alongside some unreleased versions. Then, it was revealed that Undefeated's Jordan 4 sneakers would return, bringing back the Jordan Brand's first-ever collaboration which consisted of only 72 pairs.

Fans are split on Nike's revival of its most limited sneakers. Some believe making the exclusive sneakers less rare will make them less desirable. Others have mentioned that it would diminish the "sacredness" of the shoes.

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Meanwhile, some people are excited about the opportunity to cop sneakers that only existed in their dreams.

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