08/17/2020 ~ Mohammad Yousaf

Medicom Toy Nike SB Dunk Low Be@rbrick Background, Release Details, and Resale Value

To the delight of sneaker-heads and re-sellers alike, Nike SB partners up with Medicom Toy yet again with a brand new sneaker and toys to match! The Medicom Toy Nike SB Dunk Low Be@rbrick price is ¥13,500 (Adults) and releases on August the 22nd. A wider release is set to take place on August 25th Via SNKRS for $125. Stay tuned to know all about these super valuable kicks!

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The Medicom Toy Nike SB Dunk Low Be@rbrick marks the 8th time the duo has collaborated. Before we get into more details, let’s talk about some history.

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Nike SB 2020| The Year of the Dunk

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Although the Nike SB Dunk has never really lost its flare, 2020 seems to be the golden age for these shoes so far. With back-to-back limited and highly sought after drops, it’s interesting to think how they got here.

Let me briefly walk you through the story of the Nike SB Dunk.

To many, the Nike SB Dunk is a street-wear icon that originated on the streets of LA during after 2002. The Dunk eventually brought the skateboarding and the Hip-Hop movement together to birth modern street-wear as we know it today.

It all started in 1985 when the Nike Dunk was created as a basketball shoe. It was released along with the Air Jordan 1 and sold quite well up until the 90’s. Afterwards, the Dunk got outdated as Nike began making better sneakers.

Then in 2002, Nike realized that skateboarders were looking for a low cost sneaker with great traction and ankle support.

With popular collaborations with superstars such as Tony Hawks and Lance Mountain, the Nike SB Dunk reached the spot light in virtually no time.

The popularity continues to this day which is reinforced by collaborations such as the Medicom Toy Nike SB Dunk Low Be@rbrick.

Medicom Toy| Toy Manufacturer to Street-Wear Icon

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Medicom Toys was founded by Tatsuhiko Akashi in 1996. Akashi said in an interview that he has always loved toys and that “A life without toys is no life at all”. He started his toy company after leaving a very well payed job at a computer manufacturing company.

Their Bearbrick toys are one of the most iconic in the street-wear world. It originated as a childhood obsession of the creator that was reintroduced in so many unique ways that it became more than just a kid’s toy.

The Bearbrick toy is now considered an adults collectible item. Adding to its popularity are the giant collaborations with names such as BAPE, Star Wars, and now Nike.

The Bearbrick toy now spans the world, having touched an array of subcultures and niches along the way. The limited releases also make the Toys fairly valuable on reseller markets.

To estimate the resale value of the Medicom Toy Nike SB Dunk Low Be@rbrick, let’s head on over to StockX.

Medicom Toy x Nike SB Dunk Elite

From StockX

Retail Price: $115

Peak Resell: $350

Release Date: 11/24/2017

Colorway: Black/White-Medium Grey-Black.

The Medicom Toy x Nike SB Dunk Elite sports a frayed denim upper. The Black and inner denim feature different color tones for better contrast. A black denim Nike ‘Swoosh’ and a Medicom Toy logo on the tongue can also be seen.

Finally, a white mid-sole and grey out-sole finishes off the design.

Unlike most other Medicom x Nike SB Dunk sneakers, these aren’t crazy profitable. There are however still decent profits to be made with an average selling price of $180. At peak resale prices, gross profits of $235 are possible.

Nike SB Dunk Low Medicom 3

From StockX

Retail Price: $65

Peak Resell: $1,000

Release Date: November/2005

Colorway: Silver/Chrome

The Nike SB Dunk Low Medicom 3 is the third collaboration between the two companies. The sneaker features a metallic silver upper with a chromatic touch, particularly on the 3M reflective Nike ‘Swoosh’. A white mid-sole and silver out-sole completes the design.

These sneakers are highly profitable on the secondary markets. On StockX, the average selling price is $900 which is a gross profit of $835. At peak resale prices, gross profits are as high as $935 per pair.

The Medicom Toy Nike SB Dunk Low Be@rbrick is expected have similar resale value if not higher.

Nike SB Dunk Low Medicom 2

From StockX

Retail Price: $65

Peak Resell: $4,500

Release Date: 12/01/2004

Colorway: Black/Black

The Nike SB Dunk Low Medicom 2 features a similar build to the Dunk low elite. It rocks rip-styled black denim upper with grey underlay, providing a two-tonal look. A white mid-sole and a grey out-sole finishes off the design.

These kicks are perhaps the most profitable sneakers out of all their collaborations. On StockX, the average selling price is $3,800 which is a gross profit of over $3,700 per pair! Had you sold them at peak resale value, profits would have been as high as $4,435 per pair.

Medicom Toy Nike SB Dunk Low Be@rbrick

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Retail Price: ¥13,500 ($125 USD)

Estimated Resell: $900

Release Date: August/22/2020

Colorway: Black/Vachetta Tan-White-Black

This furry panda styled Nike SB Dunk releases in full family sizing along with matching BE@RBRICK toys.

The Sneaker features an almost entirely black upper with pony hair material used accompanied by thick black laces. The entirely black sneaker is only contrasted by a white collar lining as well as an ‘@’ logo on the tongue and embroidered on the heel in white.

Furthermore, a white mid-sole and a grey out-sole finishes off the design. The sizes include 100%, 400%, and 1000% similar to the toys that are being released along with the sneaker.

For a closer look at the Medicom Toy Nike SB Dunk Low Be@rbrick, see the detailed images below.

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Resale Value

It comes as no surprise that these shoes will be extremely profitable. Judging by the aforementioned sneakers, I’d say keep your wallets ready and be as alert for the upcoming raffle as possible!

To get your money back on StockX, you’ll need to sell Medicom Toy Nike SB Dunk Low Be@rbrick for at least $150. Thus by using my estimated re-sell value, expect profits of around $750 per pair!

On websites such as eBay, there is no service fee for items costing over $100 so profits there may even be higher.

Where to Cop

This Nike SB Dunk will be available exclusively Via Medicom Toy’s Web store. They will also be available at retailers such as ZOZO, MCT Tokyo, and STYLEVOICE for ¥13,500 on August 22nd.

A wider release in full family sizing is confirmed to be releasing Via SNKRS for $125 (Adult) on August 25th.

You can find the Medicom Toy Nike SB Dunk Low Be@rbrick StockX link here.

Conclusion

Medicom Toy Nike SB Dunk Low Be@rbrick

Retail Price: ¥13,500 ($125 USD)

Estimated Resell: $900

Release Date: August/22/2020

Global Release: August/25/2020 Via SKNRS

Where to Cop: (Retail) Medicom Toy

                            (Resale) StockX

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-Mohammad