Nike Dunk

The Nike Dunk hit the hardwood for the first time in 1985, designed with basketball performance in mind. The silhouette expanded on the success of the Air Force 1 by showcasing the design's versatility with color combinations — especially for college programs. It returned to the market in 1998 as a casual sneaker, and was eventually converted into a skater's shoe with added padding for the Nike SB line in 2002.