Back in ’85 the Nike Dunks made their debut increasingly becoming some of the hottest, most sought-after trainers around. The Nike Dunk was originally designed by sneaker genius Peter Moore, intended as a game-changing basketball shoe for NCAA ballers that would impress all who beheld them with their super clean aesthetic. Nowadays, Nike Dunks have crossed over from athletic wear into coveted fashion essentials, especially amongst sneakerheads and streetwear connoisseurs. There are so many dope variations of the OG silhouette, like the ever-popular black-and-white Panda Dunks that just never seem to go out of style! Whether you're talking about the high top or low top form, the Nike Dunk's iconic design and cultural clout just can't be denied. It's the kind of sneaker history that true fans get hyped about! The Nike Dunk is certainly here to stay as one of the greatest sneakers of all time!
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