One of 36 Wu-Tang Clan F&F Nike Dunks Can Be Yours for $50,000
Justin Reed, purveyor of cultural artefacts and archive curator to the stars, has gotten his hands upon some of the rarest sneakers in existence: a pair of Nike Dunks made for the Wu-Tang Clan. Believed to be one of only 36 pairs officially made for the legendary rap group and their posse, the price of admission for this unicorn example is priced accordingly at a princely $50,000.
These yellow and black killer bee Dunks were created in 1999 and used the ‘Goldenrod’ OG reissue as a base, which was then embroidered with the Clan’s ‘W’ logo on the lateral heel and woven tongue label. They were never released publicly, so the few pairs that have surfaced on the secondary market over the years – assuming legitimate provenance – were once owned by friends and family of the Wu-Tang Clan.
This is one of the few times the Wu-Tang Dunk has been available to purchase, and prices have only risen. As mentioned, the interested buyer will need to cough up $50k for Justin Reed to hand them over.
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