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Here's every unreleased Nike Dunk sneaker dropping soon

The hottest silhouette of the moment keeps on coming.

Whether it’s an in-house release or a collaboration, there’s no sneaker more in demand at the moment than the Nike Dunk. Both the High and Low versions, as well as the variants of both from Nike SB, routinely sell out as the silhouette has made a massive resurgence over the last several years.

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Landing one is by no means a guarantee — but to keep you prepared, we’ve put together a list of every unreleased Dunk coming down the pipeline.

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Women’s Dunk High “Moon Fossil” ($110)

December 7

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Women are taking priority for Nike’s scheduled Dunk releases in December, beginning with this natural-toned high top that’ll be a breeze to incorporate into your wardrobe.

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Women’s Dunk High “Next Nature Pink Oxford” ($130)

December 8

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The quilted upper comes as part of Nike’s continued “Toasty” pack, which sees its classic sneakers retooled to keep you warm in winter.

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Women’s Dunk Low “Golden Gals” ($110)

December 9

A very glamorous Dunk Lows comes with a silver flake leather overlay with shiny silver laces to match.

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SB Dunk Low “Fog” ($100)

December 13

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The lone Dunk release still on the books for men in 2021 will be exclusive to skate shops in the U.S., meaning it’ll take more than a click to track down a pair.

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Dunk Low “Solstice” ($100)

Likely December

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While not yet officially confirmed, the date printed onto the sneaker suggests this vibrant Dunk Low should arrive around the shortest day of the year.

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Size? Dunk Low

Likely December

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Earlier this year, sneaker boutique Size? previewed its entire run of collaborations for 2021 — including this fuzzy Dunk Low that should come in December, provided there aren’t any production delays.

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Dunk Low PRM “Vast Grey”

Possibly December

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We’re now wading into the territory of Dunks that could come out at any time in the near future, including this super clean mix of cream and grey worth waiting for however long it takes.

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SB Dunk Low Pro ISO (Dark Russet)

Possibly December

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Skate shops will get the exclusive on this Dunk made of a more robust leather than usual, but shipping delays have pushed it back from its original November release.

Dunk Low “Ice and Snow Festival”

Possibly December

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This winter wonderland of a sneaker would make sense for a release timed around Christmas, and whenever it does drop it’ll be amongst the most fun Dunks ever released.

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KCDC SB Dunk High

Possibly December

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Brooklyn-based, female-owned skateshop KCDC reached its 20th anniversary this year, but a lack of updates lead us to believe the celebratory Dunk may not come until next 2022.

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Women’s Dunk Low “Valentine’s Day”

Likely February

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A bright pink Dunk with lacy accents may just be the perfect Valentine’s Day gift for the female sneakerhead in your life.

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SB Dunk Low “Blue Raspberry”

Likely April

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From this outside this Dunk just appears to have a tonal blue makeup, but a fully zonked fruit in the interior reveals its source of inspiration in the “Blue Raspberry” strain of weed.

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Oski SB Dunk High “Great White Shark”

Early 2022

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Swedish pro skater Oskar “Oski” Rozenberg has confirmed his shark-themed Dunk High will release in full family sizing early in 2022.

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Polaroid Dunk Low

2022

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Leaks have revealed a Polaroid collaboration for the Dunk Low set to arrive next year with a rainbow of Swooshes.

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Union Dunk Low

2022

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Los Angeles-based boutique Union looks to continue its impressive run of Nike collabs with a fully gridded Dunk Low expected to release next year.

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Dunk High “Black Camo”

2022

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There’s more than meets the eye on this upcoming Dunk High, which sees a vary faint camouflage print used for the black paneling.

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Dunk Low “Grind”

2022

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Nike Grind rubber made from recycled rubber is used for this Dunk’s midsole, giving it a speckled appearance that can be called “trash” without it being a pejorative.

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Supreme SB Dunk High “By Any Means Necessary”

TBD

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Three color variants have leaked for Nike’s upcoming Dunk Collaboration that serves as a love letter to NYC. We should see it come during Supreme’s current season, which is set to end in January.

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Dunk Low “Un-Argon”

TBD

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Nike flips the color scheme from its 2005 “Argon” Dunk for a shoe old-school sneakerheads are sure to appreciate.

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Women’s Dunk Low “Light Violet”

TBD

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A muted mix of violet and white is just begging to be seen on the feet of your favorite TikToker.

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