There’s no denying how crazy the hype for Dunks has been as of late. Aside from Travis Scott indirectly co-signing them, the recent hype for Dunks stem down to nostalgia for the silhouette—especially when you consider that anything 80s or 90s is the in thing these days.
Tracing down how the Dunk hype exploded to phenomenal heights, it was OFF-WHITE that started the craze with their first Dunk collaboration with the rather unique lacing system and homage to familiar Dunk low colorways.
It is going to be a good year since that collab dropped, and Nike is set to drop its second OFF-WHITE Dunk called the Air Rubber Dunk.
The second Dunk collab is more avant-garde than the first one thanks to a busy upper that is inspired from the P-6000 running sneaker. Aside from the tweaked heel area and layered Swoosh, the Air Rubber Dunk tweaks the Dunk’s midsole, adding a window for that glorious view of the Nike Air cushioning.
While there are three colorways, only the Green Strike one is confirmed so far with an October 1 drop date. They will be priced at $190(~Php 9.2k), but like with anything Dunks and OFF-WHITE, we wish you all the best in copping them for retail.