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Ben Affleck boasts one of the most remarkable sneaker collections globally, and if he had to pick just one silhouette to wear, it would likely be the Nike SB Dunk Low. Originally launched in the early 2000s, this iconic sneaker has seen countless collaborations and color variations since its inception. And recent sightings suggest that the Oscar winner possesses virtually every iteration, if not more.



During a recent outing in Los Angeles, Affleck showcased what could be considered his rarest pair yet: the Nike SB Dunk Low ‘De La Soul.’ This legendary sneaker, released in 2015, is a low-top rendition of the original design that debuted a decade earlier.

Crafted in collaboration with the alternative rap group De La Soul, the shoe features a ‘Baroque Brown’ suede base adorned with vinyl panels displaying artwork from the trio’s debut album ‘3 Feet High and Rising.’ Completing the look is an ‘Altitude Green’ Zoom Air midsole, catering to skateboarders, hip-hop enthusiasts, and Hollywood’s elite.

The ‘De La Soul’ SB Dunk sold out within seconds upon its initial release and remains highly coveted nearly a decade later, often hailed as one of the most sought-after SB Dunks of all time. Resale prices on platforms like StockX reflect its rarity, with sizes commanding hefty premiums, such as approximately £1.8k for a size 6.

However, there’s a glimmer of hope for those eager to own a pair. While prices may vary depending on size, a size 8.5 can be found for just under £700. Whether opting for thicker socks or accepting the reality of never matching Affleck’s sneaker prowess, one thing is certain: Ben Affleck’s sneaker collection is in a league of its own.

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Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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