The Swoosh has been a part of some of the most incredible collaborations in history. In fact, they are arguably dominating the sneaker world when it comes to collaborative projects that resell for thousands. Today, we’ll be looking at the top 10 Nike collaborations for resale.

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Nike has come a long way ever since being known as Blue Ribbon Sports. The Swoosh has not only maintained its popularity with iconic releases but also held on to its small cult followings through fan service as well as massive collaborations.

For example, one of Swoosh’s most iconic collaborations with Supreme put the SB Dunk on the map, which still resells for loft prices.

We have some ground to cover here, so let’s get right to it without further adieu!

Sacai x Nike LD Waffle Black

  • Retail Price: $160
  • Average Resell: $700+
  • Release Date: Monday, December 9th, 2019
  • Colorway: White/Black
  • Style Code: BV0073-001
Sacai x Nike LD Waffle Black Quarter View
Sacai x Nike LD Waffle Black Quarter View

Debuted in the Winter of 2019, the Sacai and Nike collaboration was a big one as it not only released a bunch of hyped colorways, the sneakers, for the most part, have insane resale value as well. The best of them is the collaborations on the Nike LD Waffle.

Since May 2019, when Chitose Abe unveiled her first collection of footwear collaborations with Nike, the Swoosh has trusted her to continue making a significant impression in the market with cutting-edge and stylish designs.

 The two parties released more products for obsessive sneakerheads in 2022, one of which is the Sacai x Nike VaporWaffle “Black/Gum” colorway. We’ve had rumors about the sneakers since early 2021, before the actual release. 

The upper halves are styled with a stealthy aesthetic, except for the white tongue banners featured on the double-stacked tongues and the subdued grey branding printed on the heels.

A combination of canvas underlays, seductive suede overlays on the neck and toe tips, and jet black leathers that form the Swooshes and overlays on the back are used to create one of Abe’s most popular designs.

The shoe’s hefty midsole element, which is likewise covered in black and separates at the heels, is coupled with a complete gum waffle outsole on the bottom.

On the secondary market, these kicks are worth a whopping $700 per pair, a gross profit of over $500 per pair! The Sacai x Nike LD Waffle Summit White is also worth over $600 per pair.

This collaboration is particularly special as it perpetuated a partnership that still lives on today. If you want to learn how to cop such hyped sneakers, read the Hypemaster Playbook!

Off White Nike Dunk Low Pine Green

  • Retail Price: $170
  • Average Resell: $950
  • Release Date: Friday, December 20th, 2019
  • Colorway: Pine Green
  • Style Code: CT0856-100
Image of the Nike Dunk Low Off-White 'Pine Green' via StockX.
Image of the Nike Dunk Low Off-White ‘Pine Green’ via StockX.

With the Nike Dunk Low Off-White Pine Green, the now-late Abloh paid homage to skate culture’s embrace of Nike Basketball styles from the 1980s.

This colorway is a descendant of the Gorge Green colorway, which made its debut in 2003 as part of a general release. It was not included in the 1985 Be True To Your School collection.

The top of this Dunk Low is made of white leather with pine green overlays.

 The design is completed with a special secondary lacing system, zip-ties, and Off-White writing on the sides.

This is by far one of the most valuable Off-White Nike sneakers ad currently resells for around $1,000.

Off White x Nike Air Max 90 “The Ten”

  • Retail Price: $160
  • Average Resell: $1,960
  • Release Date: Saturday, September 9th, 2017
  • Colorway: SAIL/WHITE-MUSLIN
  • Style Code: AA7293-100
Off White x Nike Air Max 90 The Ten Quarter View
Off White x Nike Air Max 90 The Ten Quarter View

“The Ten” is one of the most revered Nike and Off-White collections as it boasts 10 OG silhouettes that are all fire.

This Nike Air Max 90 Ice version is made in what appears to be an incomplete sample construction, which seems to be the overall motif for this collection. Emphasized by its cold soles.

The Nike Air Max 90, which is constructed with a mixture of leather and suede across the top, boasts the OFF-WHITE brand’s iconic text marking on the sides. Stitched panels, a distinctive tongue, and a heel patch are further features.

On the secondary market, these kicks are worth north of $1,900!

Travis Scott x Nike SB Dunk Low

  • Retail Price: $150
  • Average Resell: $1,900+
  • Release Date: Saturday, February 29th, 2020
  • Colorway: BLACK/BLACK-PARACHUTE BEIGE-PETRA BROWN
  • Style Code: CT5053-001
Travis Scott x Nike SB Dunk Low Quarter View
Travis Scott x Nike SB Dunk Low Quarter View

The Nike SB Dunk Low Travis Scott is the first Travis Scott collaboration with Nike SB. This design, which uses a variety of materials and prints, has a similar design approach to the Air Force 1 Low Travis Scott Cactus Jack.

In contrast to earlier ones, these Travis Scott releases were exclusive to a small number of Nike SB retailers and were not offered on SNKRS.

The suede upper of this Nike SB Dunk Low is complemented by overlays made of paisley canvas and plaid flannel. An elephant pattern emerges when the paisley overlays fade.

The design is finished off with embroidered writing across the collar, rope laces, and the Cactus Jack insignia from La Flame on the puffy tongues. In February 2020, these sneakers were made available in very small quantities and continue to be extremely popular. 

On the secondary market, such as StockX, you can pick these up today easily for over $1,200 per pair!

Strangelove x Nike SB Dunk Low (Special Box)

  • Retail Price: $100
  • Average Resell: $2,000
  • Release Date: Saturday, February 1st, 2020
  • Colorway: Pink/Red-White
  • Style Code: CT2552-800
Strangelove x Nike SB Dunk Low Side View
Strangelove x Nike SB Dunk Low Side View

 The Strangelove Skateboards x Nike SB partnership is focused on appropriate Valentine’s Day tones and heart motifs and was inspired by Cliver’s longtime passion for skating.

The shoe’s upper is made of a white crushed velvet foundation with pink suede overlays and red midfoot Swooshes as accents.

Matching color tongue tags, “NIKE” embroidery at the back, a Cliver’s heart-meets-mind “Heart Skull” emblem at the heel, and unique Zoom Air cushioning printed insoles all serve as further branding.

Red crushed velvet internal lining, red twine laces, and a white midsole with a transparent pink outsole that has red and blue hearts strewn underneath the ankle and heel round out the collaboration’s aesthetic.

On StockX, there is no denying that the special box variant especially is extremely profitable at an average resale price of around $2,000 per pair!

Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Low White Cement

  • Retail Price: $100
  • Average Resell: $2,600
  • Release Date: Sunday, September 1st, 2022
  • Colorway: WHITE/BLACK-CEMENT GREY
  • Style Code: 304292-001
Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Low White Cement Side View
Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Low White Cement Side View

Supreme and Nike SB teamed up to debut the Supreme x Nike Dunk Low SB “White Cement” in late 2002 in New York City’s SOHO neighborhood.

Nothing compared to the insanity of recent Supreme launches was there in the inaugural footwear collaboration for the wildly successful skate streetwear brand.

The Supreme SB Dunk Low and “Black Cement” versions, both of which drew inspiration from legendary Air Jordan 3 hues, were each only produced in 500 pairs.

The “White Cement” Supreme Dunk Low is predominantly covered in the Cement Grey Elephant Print, which is one of Nike and Jordan’s most recognizable patterns. It also features a white leather upper, blue inside, and blue accents.

Because crossovers weren’t exactly something companies did back then, the Supreme SB Dunk Low Pro SB, which lacked the fanfare and hysteria of the other SB Dunks of the time, went unnoticed.

The only two cities Supreme had storefronts in back in 2002 were New York and Tokyo, where the release was held.

Although the release was rather low-key (by today’s standards), the iconic color scheme and Elephant Print accents have made it one of the most sought-after Nike SB collaborations ever. Even if you already own a pair, the Supreme x Nike Dunk Low SB “White Cement” is probably on your cop list.

Today, although very rare, you can buy a pair for an average resale price of over $2,500 per pair!

Louis Vuitton x Off White x Nike Air Force 1 Low

  • Retail Price: $2,750
  • Average Resell: $7,700+
  • Release Date: Tuesday, July 19th, 2022
  • Colorway: White/Royal
Off White x LV x Air Force 1 Low Side View
Off White x LV x Air Force 1 Low Side View

The retail line follows a restricted sale through Sotheby’s, where 200 pairs were auctioned off at the beginning of the year and a round of F&F seeding.

Drop 1 of the Louis Vuitton x Nike Air Force 1 retail collection was sold online, contrary to initial speculation that it would only be available to VIP clients.

The complete metallic “Met Gold/Baroque Brown/Black” is the most popular option, followed by the collegiate-inspired two-tone “White/Team Royal,” “White/Comet Red,” and “White/Gym Green” designs.

 Notables include the Damier pattern graffiti marked “Sail/Multicolor” take and the vibrant “Met Silver/Black/Dark Purple Dusk/Topaz Gold” pair. Other hues include recognizable tonal “Triple White” and “Black/Anthracite” expressions.

This collaboration, although extremely hyped, is also extremely expensive at a whopping retail price of $2,750 per pair. This is probably one of the most expensive Air Force 1 retail prices ever.

However, the sneaker’s resale values make up for that as they resell for north of $7,000 per pair.

Supreme Nike SB Dunk High Stars Pack

  • Retail Price: $65
  • Average Resell: $5,000-$10,000
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Colorway: Orange| Red| Blue
Supreme x Nike SB Dunk High Stars Blue Quarter View
Supreme x Nike SB Dunk High Stars Blue Quarter View

In 2003, Nike and Supreme got together once again and released one of the greatest collaborations ever! The Supreme x Nike Dunk High Stars.

Three colors from Nike’s 1985 Be True To Your School college Dunk series were used by Supreme for its second collab with Nike SB in 2003. Supreme is a streetwear company based in New York City.

The quarter panel of the shoe in this “University Blue” colorway is decorated with a gold star design and is framed by an upper made of white leather with University Blue fake crocodile skin overlays.

A gold Supreme-branded lace ornament emerges as the large, cushioned tongue is completed in white. White midsoles and titular plain outsoles on all the colorways finish off the design.

The colorway debuted with the “College Orange” and “Varsity Red” variants as part of an extremely restricted distribution.

All 3 colorways of these sneakers are extremely popular and highly valuable. For example, the Supreme x Nike SB Dunk High Blue resells for around $9,000 on average and even resold for a whopping $16,000 on StockX recently!

Cactus Plant Flea Market x Nike Dunk Low Spiral Sage

  • Retail Price: $120
  • Average Resell: $9,000+
  • Release Date: Wednesday, November 18th, 2020
  • Colorway: Spiral Sage
  • Style Code: CZ2670-300
Official image of the Nike Dunk Low Cactus Plant Flea Market Spiral Sage via StockX.
Official image of the Nike Dunk Low Cactus Plant Flea Market Spiral Sage via StockX.

This huge collaboration featured two new colorways on the Nike Dunk Low. Although Pure Platinum is also very valuable, the Spiral Sage colorway takes the cake as one of the most valuable Nike collaborations of all time.

The additional deep green tone-themed colorway was guaranteed to appear with the start of the official raffle for CPFM’s most recent collaboration with the sportswear label.

The CPFM x Dunk Low “Spiral Sage” includes a textile top coated with Swarovski crystals, similar to the “Pure Platinum” appearance released by Nike.

The design celebrates the CPFM core theme of air and sunlight through dynamic light refraction in addition to paying homage to 1990s rhinestone home fashion initiatives.

The exaggerated Swoosh logo, thickly cushioned tongues, a removable double lace flap, and a Double Vision smiling shoe tag are further embellishments that add to the appeal of this sneaker.

Dark green midsoles and outsoles finish off the design. On the secondary market, the Spiral Sage colorway is reselling for an insane resale value of over $9,000!

Travis Scott x Playstation x Nike Dunk Low

  • Retail Price: $120
  • Average Resell: $13,000+
  • Release Date: N/A
Travis Scott x Playstation x Nike Dunk Low Quarter View
Travis Scott x Playstation x Nike Dunk Low Quarter View

Travis Scott, Nike, and Playstation joined together to raffle off five special editions of Nike Dunks to fortunate fans in time for the launch of the PS5. Playstation and Nike have a long history of working together to celebrate the launch of new Playstation products.

The two firms’ most well-known collaboration took place in 2006 to commemorate the release of the PS3 when they came out with an F&F Air Force 1.

The sail and light blue upper of the Nike Dunk Low Travis Scott X Playstation has a charcoal grey reverse Swoosh. The design is completed with the Sony logo on the heel tab, Playstation embroidery on the side heel, and a white and light blue sole.

As a promotional item, the Nike Dunk Low Travis Scott X Playstation was released via a raffle and not as a general release. However, any lucky fan fortunate enough may have resold these for north of $20,000!

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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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