10 Of The Best 2021 NIKE Dunk Colourways

Of course, it’s been easy to get caught up in the hype of the Nike Dunk over the past year or so. With releases ranging from Travis Scott to Ben & Jerry’s and Grateful Dead, the Nike Dunk really has seen all sides of the collaboration spectrum and the results have been nothing short of unforgettable.

But if you step away from the big-ticket collaborations, there’s a world of Nike colorways on eBay that are more versatile and much easier on the wallet. Even better, eBay's new Authenticity Guaranteemeans that you can be sure that you're buying the real deal every time.

It’s testament to the Dunk’s popularity that this roundup only includes 2021 releases, and each one of them is as fire as the last. It’s been a year for the ages for this silhouette, so how better to commemorate the (re)rise of the Nike Dunk than with one of these underrated 2021 colorways?

Ben & Jerry's x Nike SB Dunk Low "Chunky Dunky" (2020)

Released back in May 2020, the Ben & Jerry’s x Nike SB “Chunky Dunky” is arguably one of the sneakers that rocket-propelled Nike SB back into mainstream popularity. The sheer bizarity of the collaboration was an instant hit with sneakerheads, who are often renowned for their weird and wonderful tastes.

The pair was ultra-limited and also released alongside a specially packaged version that actually came in a supersized ice cream tub. If you’re looking to splash the cash and flex some heat then these are the kicks for you!

Nike SB Dunk Low "What The P-Rod" (2021)

Without a doubt, Paul Rodriguez is one of the most influential skaters of all time, and he’s also one of the most decorated Nike SB team riders. He’s had plenty of signature sneakers over the years, however the perfectly executed mash-up that is the Nike SB Dunk Low “What The P-Rod”is easily a stand out for us here at The Sole Supplier.

Combining colourways and designs from nearly every Nike SB P-Rod shoe, these Dunks are totally mismatched and on paper really should not work - however they absolutely do and look epic on feet! If you’re really looking to turn a few heads on the street then search no more as these are what you’ve been looking for.

Nike SB Dunk Low "atmos Elephant" (2020)

Referencing a legendary sneaker collaboration from back in the day, the Nike SB Dunk Low “atmos Elephant” launched in 2020. While not an official collaboration with the Japanese retailer, the pair showcase the exact same colour scheme and elephant print that we all know and love from the Air Max 1.

While this colourway is exceptionally clean, you’ll be pleasantly surprised to hear that it’s not even too pricey on the resell market, so if you’re looking to add these to your collection then don’t hesitate!

Parra x Nike SB Dunk Low "Abstract Art" (2021)

Another Nike x Parra collab. While this wasn’t the first time that renowned Dutch graphic-designer and artist Parra has joined forces with Nike SB, we’ve got absolutely no doubts that this collaborative effort is the best yet between the duo.

The pair showcases Parra’s signature colour palette and are covered in a unique “abstract art” print that immediately catches the eye. Combine this with all the usual premium Nike SB features and you’ve got an instant winner. Let’s not forget how well the gum sole finishes these off too, the Piet Parra x Nike SB Dunk 'Abstract Art' is a must cop!

StrangeLove x Nike SB Dunk Low (2020)

There’s not many Valentines-inspired sneakers that are remembered in the Nike Hall Of Fame which makes this collaboration from StrangeLove Skateboards all the more unique.

Designed by Todd Bratrud and Sean Cliver, the StrangeLove x Nike SB Dunk Low Pink is also one of the few SBs to sport velvet crafted uppers. StrangeLove branding completes the look along with a clear pink outsole.

Travis Scott x Nike SB Dunk Low “Cactus Jack” (2020)

For the younger sneakerheads of today, there’s likely one Nike SB Dunk colourway that will have started a future obsession with this silhouette. That’s right, it can only be the Travis Scott x Nike SB Dunk Low 'Cactus Jack'. With other unique details, like rope laces and a pastel pink coloured Swoosh, these also happen to be one of the most unconventional releases.

It somehow works and it’s hard to question the appeal given these resell for well over £1,000. These are also credited as re-igniting the hype in 2020, setting the stage for a big revival which places the SB Dunk as one of this year’s most sought-after styles.

Nike Dunk Low Panda

It’s not the first time that we’ve seen the Nike Dunk Low dressed in white and black, and we’re still in love with it. If you’re looking for a Dunk colorway to wear day in, day out, then this one should be top of your list.


Nike Dunk Photon Dust

We’ve seen a few really successful white and grey Nike releases this year, and one of them is the Nike Dunk Low Photon Dust. Released on April 16, this pair features a supple white leather upper with almost tonal grey overlays for a pared-back finish.


Nike Dunk Celadon

Nike SB launched in 2002 and can arguably be credited with keeping the Nike Dunk alive. This pair connects Nike SB and Nike ACG, two of the Swoosh’s most favored sub-labels, and this premium suede pair leaves no questions as to why.


Nike Dunk Celadon

Nike SB launched in 2002 and can arguably be credited with keeping the Nike Dunk alive. This pair connects Nike SB and Nike ACG, two of the Swoosh’s most favored sub-labels, and this premium suede pair leaves no questions as to why.



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