Nike Dunk Low Premium by Michael Desmond | Size 10

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This Nike Dunk Low Premium was released in 2004 and is limited to just 200 pairs. Designed by artist Michael Desmond, the pair takes the classic dunk low silhouette and applies a tan colorway on the upper with intricate design details throughout. A notable feature of this pair was the decision to forgo the Nike Swoosh on the upper. The number "100" is featured on the side panel in large print, and the pair sits atop a black outsole. At the insole, a tag denotes this pair was 097 of the 200 released. 

Originally released in 1985, Nike introduced the Nike Dunk as the premiere basketball sneaker in college basketball. The colorways for the series were based on successful programs around the nation. Kentucky, Michigan, UNLV, Syracuse, St. John’s, Villanova and Iowa all received their own signature shoe. The 1985 Nike ads featured the sneakers with a tagline ‘Be True to Your School’ giving fans an opportunity to support their team from head to toe. 

Since then, Nike Dunks have become one of the most iconic sneaker styles of all time and a blank canvas for design inspiration. Most notably, the style was adopted by the skateboarding community, which has led to some of the most coveted Nikes of all including the Nike Dunk High SB ‘FLOM,' the Nike Dunk Low SB ‘Paris’ and more.

  • Nike Dunk Low Premium by Michael Desmond.
  • Tan upper with intricate design details. 
  • Numbered 097 of 200 
  • "100" featured on the side panel. 
  • Style number: 308425
  • Color code: 001
  • This item is final sale and not eligible for return.
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