Nike SB Dunk Low Pro ‘What the Dunk’
Dreamt up by Nike designer James Arizumi, the “What the Dunk” stands today as one of Nike SB’s most popular and recognizable models. The work itself was created from 31 separate Nike SB Dunks, with a design goal to be the “Dunk to end all Dunks.” Nike claims the creation of the “What the Dunk” was “painstaking, meticulous and ridiculous on purpose.”
- Foam midsole
- Perforations on the toe
- Rubber sole
- Color as Shown
- Gender: Men/Women
The sneakers themselves are a patchwork of different design elements from 31 popular Nike SB designs. Together, they make for one of the most coveted models of sneakers that Nike has ever released. Some notable elements include an embroidered pigeon incorporated from the “Pigeon” SB Dunk and neon “Jedi” laces, a nod to the “Jedi” Dunk. The sneakers also include elements of the “Paris” SB Dunks, “London” SB Dunks, and “Tweed” SB Dunks, among others.
The “What the Dunk” has additionally become an inspiration for a wide variety of other Nike releases and special editions, including the “What the Doernbecher” the “What the Kobe 7” and the “’What the LeBron,” among others. Mr. Arizumi said, “Years later, who would have guessed the concept would be duplicated many times over within Nike and beyond.”
- Nike Dunk Low Pro SB “What the Dunk,” released in 2007.
- Designed by James Arizumi.
- Style Number: 318403
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