And although the J-Pack Chicago Dunk Low did sell out when it dropped last year, the resale price on apps like GOAT isn’t as high as you might expect for a sneaker that looks this good. Right now, you can buy a brand-new pair for around $400, or slightly higher depending on your size.
The J-Pack Chicago SB Dunk celebrates how skate culture adopted the Air Jordan 1 as a sneaker of its own, despite being designed as a basketball shoe. But when you have as much influence as the NBA’s Greatest Of All Time, Michael Jordan, anything can happen — and this is the best of both worlds.
If you wanted a similar color blocking on an Air Jordan 1 High or Low, those pairs are reselling for upward of $1,000 — so why not go for the much cheaper, yet still amazing, J-Pack Chicago SB Dunk Lows?