The ‘Michigan’ remake and the orange look are some of the more popular colorways for the StockX dunk. The orange look has sold over 100 pairs so far. But what is next? Will the new colorway be as successful as the old one? Here are some things to consider. Read on to learn more about these shoes and see if they’re the next big thing. And remember, status is relative!
StockX has sold more than 100 pairs of the orange look
If you’re interested in selling a pair of your favorite sneakers, you’ve probably heard of StockX. The online marketplace sells sneakers for as much as 300% more than what you paid for them. The orange look dunk, for example, sold for $3,000 on StockX, more than double its retail price. This increase is likely due to the popularity of the shoe. The orange colorway has seen reissues in recent years.
The green look
The ‘Pine Green’ Nike SB Dunks are one of a few upcoming 4/20 inspired releases. Inspired by fruit-flavoured weed gummies, these retro-inspired replica sneakers are a throwback to the ’80s. The color-blocked leather upper and exposed foam tongue are classic Michael Jordan details. The orange tab on the swoosh and writing on the inside heel add an extra nostalgic touch. This pair has laces, unlike the usual white sneakers.
The yellow colorway
The StockX dunk is a Nike sneaker. This colorway is extremely rare and can be a difficult color to find in the wild. The yellow colorway was introduced in 2013 and has sold over 1,200 pairs on the website. However, if you really want to get your hands on one of these sneakers, you’ll have to pay a lot of money. However, if you’re willing to pay the money, the yellow colorway is definitely worth your consideration.
The ‘Michigan’ remake
If you haven’t seen them yet, you’ve missed out on the re-release of the classic ‘Michigan’ Nike Dunk. The low-top remake of the 2002 version is currently fetching high prices on StockX. Nike has improved the leather and details of the shoe. The lowest asking price for the ‘Michigan’ is EUR193, but the ‘College Navy’ version is selling for around EUR160.
The ‘College Navy’ remake
The Nike Dunk Low “College Navy” was released overseas earlier this month, but is yet to release stateside. This remake of the 2002 model has been updated with better leather and a new lacing system. The sneaker has a low ask of EUR193 and is currently available here https://www.stockxdunk.com/ for purchase. The College Navy version features dark blue leather, light grey overlays, and silver lining.
Nike dropped the first Nike Dunk sneakers in 1985. Colleges were a huge part of the Nike Dunk marketing campaign, and sneaker fans consider it the original Nike team shoe. Nike connected to the spirit of team sports and athletics when it produced a line of Dunks for various colleges across the U.S. See More
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