One of the most iconic Nike Dunk releases happened 20 years ago, with the emergence of the coveted Nike Dunk Low SP “Brazil” on the scene in 2000.
Now, it’s making an anticipated comeback.
Releasing on May 21 as part of Nike’s “Team Tones” collection, the retro-looking sneakers feature a “Pine Green” and “Varsity Maize” palette – taken from the Brazil flag – just like the originals. They have the classic streamlined tongue, a leather upper, and a white, court-derived sole. In other words, they are practically identical to the OGs.
The sneakers are priced at $100 USD and available in sizing for the whole family, so you can match your mini-mi. If you want to add any of these to your sneaker collection, you better be prepared to act fast; these beauties are guaranteed to sell out.
As part of the Team Tones collection, Nike has also revealed the “University Red” and “Champ Colors” and models, which are set for release on June 12 and June 24 respectively.
The Team Tones are just one collection of the Dunks to be released as of late. We’re seeing more of the iconic silhouette emerge, thanks to a range of collaborations that include everything from Ben & Jerry’s to Comme des Garçons.