Nike Dunk Low Disrupt Game Royal/Gym Red/Black White/Photon Dust Release Details and Resell

2020 truly is the year of the Dunk and next week, Nike re-imagines the sneaker exclusively for women. The Nike Dunk Low Disrupt Game Royal/Gym Red/Black White & Photon Dust price is $110 each and drops on September the 4th. Keep reading to find out all about it!

With so many profitable Nike SB Dunks such as the Nike Dunk Low Samba and Nike SB Dunk Low J Pack Chicago, this Multi-Billion Dollar provides inexhaustible opportunities for investors to make thousands! To get the most out of it, you’ll need the right knowledge and guidance.

The Hypemaster Playbook is all you need to turn your re-selling side hustle into a booming resale business! Check out what readers have to say about this detailed guidebook!

Apart from the 4 sneakers included in the pack, there’s also another sneaker on the horizon. The Nike Dunk Low Disrupt Multicolor also releases in September however an official date is TBC.

Therefor we’ll be talking about the 4 aforementioned colorways and estimate their resale values. Without further-adieu let’s get started!

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Nike Dunk Low History

Nike Dunk Low History DeviantArt
Image From Deviantart

Although the Nike Dunk Low Disrupt is no “SB” dunk, the normal Dunks are still extremely popular in 2020. They have a rich history and I’ll briefly walk you through it.

Before the Nike SB Dunk, the Nike Dunk released in 1985 as a regular basketball shoe. The difference between the two is mostly limited to the tongue and soles. The Nike Dunk has un-padded nylon or mesh tongues while the SB Dunks have padded tongues and Zoom Air Pods.

Before the establishment of the Nike SB division, Skaters looked towards the Air Jordan 1 and Dunk Lows as their go-to skating shoes. They provided excellent traction and ankle support so they thought, why not?

Since the 1980s and after a few material changes, the Nike Dunk low is more so a lifestyle shoe than a performance one. The inclusion of sued since the 1990s proved this to be true. However, 3M reflective panels and mini packs enabled the sneakers to easily fuse grip tapes on the upper.

This inclusion was very well suited for Skateboarding fans that decided to adopt the Nike Dunk Low. Ultimately,through scarce distribution and adaptive development, the Nike Dunk low has become simply iconic.

Women’s Nike Dunk low

Nike Dunk Low Womens Sneakers 2021 Hypebae
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Similar to the Nike Dunk Low Disrupt pack, Nike has been planning more Dunk Low releases exclusively for women. The Disrupt sneakers is just the beginning!

Nike Dunk and SB Dunks have been killing it not just regarding primary sales but also resale. Dunks have been selling for 100-1000 dollar profits and now, the women are getting their very own exclusive silhouette.

Nike has realized the popularity of the Dunk and have planned for many more women exclusives in the future. Previously, the Normal Dunks even in women’s exclusive sizing have been very profitable on resale markets.

To estimate the resale value of the Nike Dunk Low Disrupt sneakers, let’s head on over to StockX. By assessing similar sneakers, we can get a good idea of what to expect.

Nike Dunk Low Glacier Blue (W)

Nike Dunk Low Glacier Blue StockX
From StockX

Retail Price: $60

Peak Resell: $400

Release Date: 01/01/2003


The Nike SB Dunk Low Glacier Blue came in women’s sizing and sports subtle cooler colors similar to the Nike Dunk Low Disrupt Photon Dust.

It features a white leather upper with light blue over lay around the toe, eyes stays and heel tab. A crisp white leather covers the side panels, toe box, and mid-sole. A grey out-sole finishes off the design.

On StockX, the average selling price per pair is $270. That’s a respectable average gross profit per of over $200. Had you sold these at peak resale, profits are as high as $340 per pair!

Nike Dunk Low Para (W)

Nike SB Dunk Low Para
From StockX

Retail Price: $100

Peak Resell: $600

Release Date: 07/27/2019

Colorway: White/Red-Pink

Although it is a Nike SB Dunk, it features a similar subtle colored upper with vibrant red/pink hits on the swoosh and collar similar to the Nike Dunk Low Disrupt Gym Red.

The Nike Dunk Low para came in women’s sizing and features a white leather upper. Vibrant red, pink, and blue hits cover the ‘Swoosh’ and collar lining while a white sole completes the design.

On StockX, profits are decent at an average selling price of almost $300. That’s an average gross profit per pair of $200 and a peak profit of $500.

Nike Dunk Low SP Kentucky

Nike Dunk Low SP Kentucky 2020 StockX
From StockX

Retail Price: $100

Peak Resell: $670

Release Date: 03/14/2020

Colorway: White/Varsity Royal

This colorway first debuted as part of Nike’s college color program and has been reintroduced for Nike Dunk’s 35th anniversary.

The Nike Dunk Low SP Kentucky features an identical colorway to the Nike Dunk Low Disrupt Game Royal. It features a white leather upper with blue overlay. Particularly on the eye stays, ‘Swoosh’, toe region, and out-sole. A clean white mid-sole finishes off the design.

The average reselling price on StockX is $290 which is an average gross profit of $190. At peak resale prices, gross profit is a massive $570 per pair.

Nike Dunk Low Disrupt

Via Sneaker News

Retail Price: $110

Estimated Resell: $200-$300

Release Date: September/4/2020

Colorway: Game Royal/Gym Red/Black White/Photon Dust

The Nike Dunk Low Disrupt is Nike’s re-imagination of the Dunk low by foregoing its iconic curves for a boxier appearance. At first glance, it is evident that design cues have been taken from Nike’s 1980’s basketball shoe line up. Particularly the 1984 Air Train.

The sneakers feature mesh uppers while the overlay is embellished by iconic team tones colors made of leather. These sneakers come with an exposed padded tongue and exaggerated heel tabs for easier entry.

The sneakers come in 4 colorways. The first one is the Nike Dunk Low Disrupt Gym Red with bright red overlay and hints of grey on the side panels.

The Nike Dunk Low Disrupt White Blue or “Game Royal” features a clean white upper with blue overlay. Almost identical to the Dunk Low SP “Kentucky”.

Then there’s the Black White colorway and finally a crisp white version known as “Photon Dust”.

Take a closer look for yourselves with these detailed shots.

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Resale Value

Although these may not be as hyped as regular Dunks, I believe they’ll sell out fast and the right sizes will still be very profitable.

To get your money back on StockX, you’ll need to sell for at least $130. Thus by using my estimated resale value, you can expect profits as high as $170 per pair!

I believe the Nike Dunk Low Disrupt Game Royal will be most profitable with resell prices reaching as high as $300 for the largest sizes.

The Gym Red and Black White come in second with the best sizes expected to sell for up to $250.

Nike Dunk Low Disrupt Where to Buy

You can cop the Nike Dunk Low Disrupt on September the 4th for $110. They’ll be available through select retailers and Nike SNKRS.

You can also find them on reseller websites such as StockX.


Nike Dunk Low Disrupt Photon Dust/Game Royal/Gym Red/Black White

Retail Price: $110

Estimated Resell: $200-$300

Release Date: September/4/2020

Where to Buy: (Retail) Nike

                           (Resale) StockX

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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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