Get Ready to Samba with the Return of Nike Dunk Low Brazil!
First of all, we might as well call 2020 “The Dunk Year”! Nike Dunk Low ‘n’ Highs are taking the sneaker scene by storm. The year started with Travis Scott’s Nike SB Dunk, Nike Dunk Low Syracuse, and Kentucky. And it still continues with cool drops like the upcoming Strawberry Cough. The Dunks are stealing the spotlight, and Kylie definitely helped light up the hype even more! Today though, we’re getting a throwback of one of the cooler colorways: 2001’s Nike Dunk Low Brazil!
A Little Backstory of the Dunks!
The Nike Dunk branch launched back in 1985, just when basketball was at its peak popularity! The dunks were a great reflection of the basketball culture. Peter Moore was the brain behind the innovative design and it was a success since day one! And soon, the Dunk transcended the basketball barrier and branched out into the skateboard scene and streetwear. However, one of the coolest Nike Dunk drops was the “Be True to Your School” pack. This particular pack featured the Kentucky and Syracuse colorways that dropped in the low cut in March 2020.
Nike Dunk Low Brazil: 19 Years Later
The new Nike Dunk Low features the same look as the 2001 originals. The kicks don a yellow and green leather upper, white midsole, and a green outsole. So it goes without saying, that the flashy Nike Dunk Low is a nod to the Samba country: Brazil.
Release Date: May 21, 2020
Style Code: CU1727-700
Retail Price: $100
Resale Value: TBA
The Original Nike Dunk Low Brazil currently resells for at least $900! And if Nike drops the kicks in a low stock number, well… Let’s just say that the 2020 Nike Dunk Low will definitely follow in its older brother’s footsteps! Such numbers require the royal treatment. So you better get ready and have your Nike SNKRS bot working because it’ll definitely be worth it.
Is The Last of the Dunk Lows?
Definitely not. Actually, it seems like Nike is still warming up! However, you can sleep easy tonight knowing that we’re also gonna get a Nike Dunk Low “St John’s” and “Champ Colors”! So bottom line? If greens and yellows are not your colors, Nike still has a lot in store for you.
In other, but related news, the Air Jordan 4 Metallic Pack is dropping on May 20, 2020!