3. Nike SB Dunk Low Pro "Paris"
What do you know about that expressionist hype? The Paris Dunk remains one of the few shoes of that era that seems to have maintained the wild resell, but crucially, is actually a great-looking colorway, thanks to that canvas reproduction of the legendary Bernard Buffet's art on the front and rear panels. Around 200 pairs got released (trimmed by some wild freeloading around the time of the Nike-endorsed White Dunk exhibition's launch in Paris) and what made it to Colette and Opium got snapped up fast. This is a shoe so desirable, that Croatianstyle's picture of his amassed horde remain one of the most right-click and saved images of envy in shoe collecting history.