FTC x NIKE SB Dunk Low Resale (Full Guide)

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07/07/2021 ~ Sarim A

Discover the details of the Nike FTC x Nike Dunk Low including its background, resell value prediction, release details, and how to buy. This sneaker has a similar colorway to Nike SB Dunk Low “Sean Cliver” that we covered on our Youtube channel.

As we all know that there are numerous colorways available of the Nike iconic Dunk design, and although we’re sure you already have a few pairs, we have no doubt you’ll want to add the new FTC x Nike Dunk Low “Lagoon Pulse” to your collection.

FTC, a San Francisco-based skate store teamed up with Nike for a fresh version of SB Dunk Low inspired by the Sento (Japanese Bathhouse).

The FTC x Nike Dunk Low “Lagoon Pulse” will be released on July 24th at Skate shops at a retail price of $100. Nike SNKRS on July 28th.

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NIKE DUNK LOW — A Brief History

Nike SB Dunk
A bunch of Nike Dunk Lows. Via Blackboxstore
  • The Nike Dunk debuted in 1985, and the rest is history. Despite being overshadowed by the Air Jordan 1, a non-flagship sneaker designed specifically for basketball grew to popularity.
  • The Nike Dunks were initially known as the College Color Highs and were designed by Peter Moore. That’s because they were designed for various Nike-affiliated universities around the United States.
  • After getting momentum with this campaign, Nike realized there was another sector that might be lucrative, the Skateboarding market.
  • Nike Dunks were soon adopted by the skateboarders, and Nike wasted no time and In 2002, Nike launched its skateboarding wing.
  • The Swoosh went for collaborations and limited sneakers right away, establishing itself as a maker of hyped and limited shoes and gear.

Nike now collaborated with FTC and this is not the first time. Let’s check out their previous collaboration to have an estimate about the resale price.

NIKE SB DUNK LOW FTC FINALLY

  • Retail Price: $100
  • Average Resell: $550
  • Release Date: 05/25/2013
  • Colorway: Midnight Navy/ Team Red – Work Blue
Nike SB Dunk Low x FTC "Finally" Side View Via StockX
Nike SB Dunk Low x FTC “Finally” Side View Via StockX

FTC of San Francisco and Nike SB collaborated to celebrate the 20th anniversary of FTC’s debut skate film, Finally. The FTC x Nike Dunk Low is inspired by the Finally cover and contains Del’s original artwork. The Funky Homosapien is featured on the heel and sock liner, along with complementary blue, red, and tan colors.

On StockX the average resale price for this sneaker is around $550 and the resale price started to rise from 2019. This tells us that the new “Lagoon Pulse” will have a similar resale price and good profits.

FTC x NIKE SB Dunk Low “Lagoon Pulse” — A closer look

  • Retail Price: $100
  • Estimated Resell: $600
  • Release Date: Friday, July 24th, 2021 (At skate shops)
  • Release Date: Wednesday, July 28th, 2021 (SNKRS)
  • Colorway: White/Baby Blue/Yellow

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FTC x NIKE SB Dunk Low "Lagoon Pulse" Quarter View. Via Sneakernews
FTC x NIKE SB Dunk Low “Lagoon Pulse” Quarter View. Via Sneakernews

It’s back to the beginnings and deeper into history for the next Nike SB Dunk Low version. FTC’s creators Kent Uyehara and Nike SB present an outdoor version of Sento bathhouses, soaking in Japanese heritage.

Bright blue suede covers the toebox, quarters, and collars. With white leather overlays in tile-like pattern paying homage to the tile flooring seen in many bathhouses.

The Swoosh on the other hand is dipped in metallic silver with yellow heel tabs with blue FTC embroidery instead of the traditional Nike branding.

The tongue tags are also very detailed with blue mesh and yellow edges, featuring Japanese characters on the inner half and SB/FTC branding on the front.

Bellow the blue translucent outsole and a white midsole complete the look.

FTC x NIKE SB Dunk Low "Lagoon Pulse" Side View. Via Nike
FTC x NIKE SB Dunk Low “Lagoon Pulse” Side View. Via Nike
FTC x NIKE SB Dunk Low "Lagoon Pulse" Quarter View. Via Nike
FTC x NIKE SB Dunk Low “Lagoon Pulse” Quarter View. Via Nike
FTC x NIKE SB Dunk Low "Lagoon Pulse" Top View. Via Nike
FTC x NIKE SB Dunk Low “Lagoon Pulse” Top View. Via Nike
FTC x NIKE SB Dunk Low "Lagoon Pulse" Heel/Back View. Via Nike
FTC x NIKE SB Dunk Low “Lagoon Pulse” Heel/Back View. Via Nike

How To Buy For Retail?

You can purchase the Nike SB Dunk Low x FTC “Lagoon Pulse” from skate shops on July 16th at a retail price of $100. The Nike SNKRS launch date is yet to be disclosed.

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Estimated Resell Value

According to my estimated resell value, expect a resale price of $600 or more which means almost $500 profit which is great, especially if you’re able to cop more than one pair.

If you’re interested in making more profits, then check out our July 2021’s Most Profitable Sneakers

Conclusion

  • FTC x NIKE SB Dunk Low “Lagoon Pulse”
  • Retail Price: $100
  • Estimated Resell: $600
  • Release Date: Friday, July 24th, 2021 (SHOPS)
  • Release Date: Wednesday, July 28th, 2021 (SNKRS)
  • Where To Buy: (Retail) Nike SNKRS
  • (Resale) StockX
  • GOAT
  • Flight Club

That’s all for now, folks! And if you’re looking for a cook group to join, then check out our Winner’s Circle group, where you’ll get all the extra sauce from the sneakers market, giving you that competitive edge over other resellers.