Nike Set to Revive the '99 CO.JP Dunk Low for Global Release

A sneaker that in its prime was a Japanese market exclusive.

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Nike is set to re-release a classic from its vault — the CO.JP Dunk Low from 1999 — previously exclusive to Japan and now slated for a global comeback. This revival, part of Nike’s Dunk Low Retro series, features the original two-toned, color-blocked design in navy and red.

Despite the saturation of Dunk releases in recent years, which has led to some models lingering unsold, the return of this particular pair could potentially reignite enthusiasm among enthusiasts and collectors. The new iteration remains largely faithful to the original version, with subtle updates including a flipped color scheme on the tongue label and a white insole, differentiating it from its predecessor.

While an exact release date has not yet been shared at the time of writing, the revived CO.JP Dunk Lows are expected to release as early as this Summer, with retail sitting at $115 USD for the nostalgic pair.

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