Nike Dunks, Dunk High, Dunks Low,
Nike Dunk Highs
Nike Dunk High Coraline
Nike Dunk High Deftones Black / Classic Green
Nike Dunk High FC St. Pauli Black / Black – Medium Grey
Nike Dunk High Notebook White / Black – University Blue
Nike Dunk High Pharrell Black / Metallic Silver – Varsity Red
Nike Dunk High Ueno Panda White / Black – Sail
Nike Dunk High Undefeated Blue Reef / Cotton Candy – Black
Nike Dunk High Wu Tang Clan Black / Bright Goldenrod / Black
Nike Dunk Lows
Nike Dunk Low Hufquake Orange Blaze / Black
Nike Dunk Low Aloha Khaki / Baroque Brown – Mean Green
Before the Air Jordan I, the Nike Dunk was worn off and on the court. Around 1985 the first pair of Nike Dunks were made available, with a variety of different color ways. Finding a color scheme to match your team colors was not a problem. During the 1985 NCAA Basketball Tournaments during the 1985-86 season you would see teams wearing Nike Dunks like Michigan, Syracuse, Maryland, UNLV and Arizona.
During the initial release of the Nike Dunks, matching to your uniform would be on point while Nike released two sets of laces (each a different color). Another interesting factor is that the Original release of the Nike Dunk had a matching box in the exact color scheme.
Due to high demand, Nike finally re released the Dunk in 1998, with many special color ways, collaborations, regional releases and more.
The Newest phase is the Nike Dunk SB model, which stands for Skateboarding. A majority of the Lows came with a stuffed tongue, while the Dunk SB Highs did not. Overall the Dunk SB is more stable and a great skateboarding sneaker.
Also see Nike Dunk SB.