The release of the third Nike Dunk SP Team Tones editions sneaker is only a couple of weeks away! The Nike Dunk Low SP Champ Colors is set to release on the 24th of June. This drop is a banger so stay tuned to know all about it!

2020 seems to be the year of the Dunks as they continue to rise in popularity. As popularity rises, so does its resale value and recently, the Nike dunk has been killing it.

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Before we estimate the resale value of the Nike Dunk Low SP Champ Colors. Let’s get into a bit of back ground first.

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Nike Dunk Low/A Brief History

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The Dunk low has been a very special part of Nike since it was first created in 1985. It’s creator, Peter Moore is a legendary designer responsible for iconic sneakers such as the likes of the Air Jordan 1.

The Nike Dunk is more than just a sneaker. Non describe it better than Virgil Abloh (CEO of Off-White) who is an incredible designer in his own right. He said “The Dunk is not just your average inanimate object”.

That shows the passion people have for this sneaker and not just consumers but designers alike. The Nike Dunk started a legacy that lives on even today, stronger than ever.

The Nike Dunk during 1985 was given the project name “College Color High”. It was produced in colors to represent certain major universities and their teams.

Peter Moore took ideas from the Air Jordan 1 and Terminator for the design. While also adding some unique features of his own, creating an iconic silhouette.

The Nike Dunk skyrocketed into a household name after The Mix Crew released the Black Leather EP in 1987. The trio were wearing Dunks on the cover which was just the perfect advertisement that Nike needed.

Nike Dunk Low SP/ Team Tones

Nike Dunk Low SP Syracuse

Nike has been killing it with all the heat they’ve been dropping this year. 2020 seems to be the year of the Dunk Low and we’re digging it.

The Dunk Low has seen special edition releases such as The Nike Dunk Low Chunky Dunky which has seen massive profit margins.

Other releases such as the Syracuse and Kentucky have also done really well. It’s partly due to the hype and partly because of the low retail prices.

The colors are fire and the prices are low which is really driving up demand. To estimate the resell value of the Nike Dunk Low SP Champ Colors, let’s review the resale of some similar colorways.

Nike Dunk Low SP Syracuse

Nike Dunk Low SP Syracuse 1

Retail Price: $100

Peak Resell: $799

Release Date: 03/14/2020

Colorway: White/Orange

This colorway first debuted back in 1985 as part of the College Colors Program. They re-released it for Nike Dunk’s 35th anniversary. The Syracuse was one of the first collegiate colorways Nike released for the schools.

This sneaker features an identical color tone with a white leather upper and “Orange Blaze” overlay. It comes with matching orange laces a white tongue contrasted by an orange “Nike Branding”

An orange “Swoosh”, white mid-sole and, orange out-sole finishes off the design. These sneakers have been killing it on the resale market.

The trade range on StockX is between $355-$403 with the average price being $274. That’s an average profit of $174 before tax and service fee. At peak resale, profits could be as high as $600.

For a more detailed look, see our article.

Nike Dunk Low SP Varsity Maize Pine Green/Brazil

Nike Dunk Low Brazil 2020 Varsity Maize Pine Green

Retail Price: $100

Peak Resell: $610

Release date: 05/21/2020

Colorway: Varsity Maize/Pine Green-White

The Nike Dunk Low Brazil 2020 was also one of the first of the Nike Team Colors program in 2020. This colorway is a rendition of the 2001 Nike Dunk Low Brazil and looks pretty much identical.

It has a yellow leather upper with green overlay with white laces and a white mid-sole. A “Pine Green” out-sole finishes off the design.

These are also doing incredibly well on the resale market. With an average selling price of $273. Re-sellers are making $173 in gross profits on average! At peak resale, profits are as high as $500.

We’ve covered this sneaker as well, so check it out for more details.

Nike Dunk Low University Red/St. Johns

Nike Dunk Low St Johns 2020 University Red

Retail Price: $100

Peak Resell: $550

Release date: 06/12/2020

Colorway: White/University Red

This also originally released as part of Nike’s college colors program. Nike is set to re-release this colorway in Celebration of Nike Dunk’s 35th anniversary.

The sneaker features red and white color tones with matching red laces and Nike “Swoosh”. A white mid-sole and red out-sole finishes off the design.

The resale yet again is nothing short of lucrative. The average selling price is $343 which is expected to drop to $250 after release date. That’s an average gross profit of $150. Cop enough pairs and that’s a great week’s work!

See our article for a more detailed look.

At peak resale, you’re looking at profits of over $400 per pair! It looks like the Nike Dunk Low SP Champ Colors will be having similar profit margins.

Nike Dunk Low SP Champ Colors

Nike Dunk Low SP Champ Colors side view

Retail Price: $100

Estimated Resell: $250

Release Date: 06/24/2020

Colorway: University Orange/Marine

Nike has decided not to leave out the Knicks and Mets by releasing a dedicated colorway. Along with the Brazil and St. Johns iterations, these are almost identical to the originals.

The Nike Dunk Low SP Champ Colors features University Orange and Marine color tones. In simpler words, it sports an orange upper with dark navy overlay.

The Nike “Swoosh” and matching laces provide further contrast to the sneaker. An orange tongue, white mid-sole and navy out-sole finishes off the design.

Take a closer look with these recently surfaced images.

Nike Dunk Low SP Champ Colors Side View

Nike Dunk Low SP Champ Colors Toe Box

Nike Dunk Low SP Champ Colors Rear View

Nike Dunk Low SP Champ Colors Tongue

Nike Dunk Low SP University Red Nike Branding

Resale Value

We have seen a bunch of similar releases that turned out very profitable and these are expected to be no different.

The Dunk low has been one of the best sneakers this year so far in terms of resale. With various similar sneakers making over a $100 in profits per pair, I expect these to do very well.

There hasn’t been any sale as of yet. However, lowest bids seem to be rising slowly while the lowest ask is at over $700.

Nike Dunk Low SP Champ Colors Highest Bid StockX

Bids for the Nike Dunk Low SP Champ Colors Via StockX

To get your money back, after including a standard US tax and service fee, you will need to sell for at least $120. Thus with my estimated resell value, you’re looking at good profits of at least $130.

How to Cop

The Nike Dunk Low SP Champ Colors seems to be very hyped and very high in demand. There’s a lot of money to be made here just as with other recent Nike Dunk Lows, so bring your A-game.

I suggest investing in a bot as the returns will be worth it. I also suggest using multiple accounts at the same time to improve your chances.

You can get these for retail prices on June 24th at select retailers and

You can also get them through re-seller websites such as StockX and GOAT.


Nike Dunk Low SP Champ Colors

Retail Price: $100

Estimated Resell: $250

Release Date; 06/24/2020

Where to Cop: (Retail)

                           (Resale) StockX, GOAT

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Have a great week every one!

Signing off.

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Mohammad Yousaf

Mohammad Yousaf

As a business student, Mohammad was thoroughly impressed with where the secondary market was heading for sneakers. He quickly realized that what used to be considered as a side hustle, was now the main income stream for many. He has studied the game ever since.


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