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Brand: Nike

Model: Dunk Low

Release Date: June 22 at 11AM EST

Price: $110

Buy: Nike’s online store

Editor’s Notes: Run, don’t walk because the internet’s favorite Dunks are getting a restock.

Walking down the street, you’re bound to see at least three pairs of the Nike Dunk Low “Panda” sneakers, and that just might be within one block.

Since its 2021 release, the black and white Dunk colorway has exploded in popularity, instantly selling out and going triple platinum in TikTokers’ rotations and how-to-wear content.

As expected for the popular kid of Dunk color schemes, the Panda Dunks became StockX’s most traded sneaker in April of this year, with sizes reselling for $400-plus in some cases.

Indeed, the Air Force 1 is still a staple cop for sneakerheads. Still, Highsnobiety’s TikTok manager Tora Northman was right about the monochrome Dunk Lows: they’re truly becoming the new-age Air Force 1.

Tumblr’s cyber-babe and grunge users walked in their dirtied Air Force 1s, so TikTok‘s monochrome Dunk Lows could run with the GRWM Gen-Zers (hopefully, they’ll keep their kicks clean).

Though there have been other iterations of the Panda Dunks, including regular and vintage-style Panda Highs, it’s just something about the black and white low-top sneakers that has nearly everyone — and I mean everyone – in a chokehold.

Blue Ivy, an assumed Nike fan, even has a pair despite her parents’ deals with competitors adidas and PUMA.

The Nike Dunk Low “Panda” lands yet again in full family sizing, so you and the fam can coordinate accordingly.

Though I must warn you: with the ongoing Panda Dunk craze, you’ll likely enter the famed Spider-Man pointing contest with another family in the streets.

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