Nike’s Dunk is one of the brand’s many silhouettes that has transcended the sport it originated for. Initially released as a basketball sneaker in 1985, the leather model would go onto be adapted by skateboarders thanks to its padded design and high-traction outsole, becoming a cultural icon in the process. So, to pay respect to the crossover model, Nike SB has resurrected the Dunk Low Pro ‘Chicago’ as part of their J-Pack series.
An amalgamation of two basketball icons – the Dunk Low Pro ‘Chicago’ takes the low-riding leather body of the Dunk and paints it in the unmistakable white, red and black hues of Micheal Jordan’s signature Chicago Bulls-inspired Air Jordan 1. Its padded build serves up plush comfort from the moment you step in, and underfoot they’re bolstered by Zoom Air-tech to serve up superb levels of cushioning comfort whether you’re out on the courts or in the skate parks.
The Nike SB Dunk Low Pro ‘Chicago’ is now sold out.