Model: Dunk Low Product Code: DA1469-001 Color: Orange

About model Nike Dunk Low

A bittersweet story of defeat and victory. After failed attempts in the '90s, when Nike was trying to infiltrate the new market, Reese Forbes, Gino Iannucci, Richard Mulder and Danny Supa, a professional skate team, came to the rescue of Nike's name around the beginning of the new millennium. They put together sneakers that will win over both the skate community and the general public of sneakerheads. The model is based on the classic b-ball Dunks by designer Peter Moore. The new technology used here is Zoom Air on the heel of the shoe along with a large padded tongue for greater comfort. Finally, Nike offers wearable and comfortable sneakers for the skate. The decision of the millennium was to launch the model in limited numbers only in exclusive shops. This strategic move unleashed an incredible hype resulting in endless queues that exceptionally degenerated into a riot. 

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Nike is much more than sneakers. Constant technological innovation, a sense of design, sustainability, teamwork, and the support of communities to make sport accessible to everyone - all of which expand human potential. Because at Nike, they believe in sports and the power it gives to people. Thanks to their wide variety of brands, this Oregon company has dominated 60% of the sports equipment market sold worldwide. Over the years, they have collaborated with many famous names and won EMMY twice for advertising. They just do it right. 

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Model: Dunk Low Product Code: DA1469-001 Color: Orange

About model Nike Dunk Low

A bittersweet story of defeat and victory. After failed attempts in the '90s, when Nike was trying to infiltrate the new market, Reese Forbes, Gino Iannucci, Richard Mulder and Danny Supa, a professional skate team, came to the rescue of Nike's name around the beginning of the new millennium. They put together sneakers that will win over both the skate community and the general public of sneakerheads. The model is based on the classic b-ball Dunks by designer Peter Moore. The new technology used here is Zoom Air on the heel of the shoe along with a large padded tongue for greater comfort. Finally, Nike offers wearable and comfortable sneakers for the skate. The decision of the millennium was to launch the model in limited numbers only in exclusive shops. This strategic move unleashed an incredible hype resulting in endless queues that exceptionally degenerated into a riot. 

Nike

Nike is much more than sneakers. Constant technological innovation, a sense of design, sustainability, teamwork, and the support of communities to make sport accessible to everyone - all of which expand human potential. Because at Nike, they believe in sports and the power it gives to people. Thanks to their wide variety of brands, this Oregon company has dominated 60% of the sports equipment market sold worldwide. Over the years, they have collaborated with many famous names and won EMMY twice for advertising. They just do it right.