Nike Dunks first hit the scene in 1985 as a basketball shoe for college hoops teams. The shoe’s history is rich—it dropped just on the heels of its closest relative, the Jordan 1. The shoe’s initial run wasn’t as strong as the success of the Jordan brand, but it did hold enough weight to be retroed in 1998. From there, it took on a life of its own after it was officially adopted as a skate shoe in 2002.
Now? The Dunk isn’t just a skate classic—it’s part of the fashion world. The shoe’s blank canvas has been turned into many a crazy design over the years, from cult classics like the De La Soul Dunks released in 2005 to today’s newest Tiffany & Co. collaboration. With a vast archive of releases, Dunks are among the most creative shoes you’ll ever see. A pair can make your entire outfit the talk of any party. Here are the wildest ones worth your coin.