Nike Dunk Low SB Paris

Nike Dunk Low SB Paris

Nike Dunk Low SB Paris

The Paris shoes are one among Nike’s famous White Dunk SB collection. In August 2003, Nike collaborated with Paris artist Bernard Buffet to release a new limited sneaker version. Though they seemed to have the same design, no two of those 202 shoes were the same, which made the Nike Paris Dunk become a truly priceless gift for shoe collectors. This product was sold at the price range from $13,000 to $22,000. 

Outstanding Features

  • Unique style: As we’ve mentioned above, each pair of shoes has a distinctive design on account of Bernard Buffet’s artwork, and Nike cut his canvas to apply on the outside of those 202 shoes. 
  • Suede and leather materials make the wearer feel soft and comfortable, though it is not as durable as the popular rubber-like neoprene. 
  • The clean stitching and a protruding red Nike logo go well with the light brown color, which indicates a romantic and abstracted sense.  
  • The heel counter and tab are solid enough to support movements and fit wearer’s feet snugly
  • This pair of shoes is suitable for multiple occasions.

Why choose? 

If you are a shoe enthusiast, owning a pair of Nike Dunk Low Paris in your sneaker collection must be wonderful. This is not just a shoe for normal wearing, but an amazing masterpiece by the collaboration between Nike and artist Bernard Buffet.  Only 202 shoes are available, so it is a big challenge and a great gift for anyone to get them in their hands.

Though some people say that the price of these shoes is too hyped compared to the features. I think it is worthwhile because the Nike Dunk Paris reflects the culture and beauty of traditional Paris, which can’t be evaluated by money.

Pros and Cons


  • Unique design
  • Comfortable and lightweight
  • Go well with a variety of outfits


  • One of the most hyped shoes ever
  • Not durable for regular wearing

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