The Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Low have unfortunately been pushed back a bit, but the anticipation for these kicks is rising all the more. What we can expect from the Nike x Supreme collaboration and when the shoes will finally be released, we discuss here in this post. The first official pictures are also waiting for you! Let's go!
Supreme x Nike - There was something?
There have already been several Supreme x Nike SB collaborations, and the Dunk colourways that are being released now were inspired by the High variants. In 2003, the two skater heavyweights released their collaboration, which is hard to put a price on today. Back then, the classy 'Be true to your school' colours were used. In deadstock condition, the shoes sometimes cost as much as a small car. Feel free to look for yourself if you can't believe it. Lucky for those who still have the shoe at home.
What awaits us this time…
A total of four different versions of the Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Low will be released. They are inspired by the previous models with the special crocodile-look leather upper. In addition, the stars that already appeared on the models from 2003 can be recognised.
Small details like the metallic gold Supreme lettering on the laces match the star pattern perfectly. The Nike logo in gold can be found at the top of the tongue. The four different colourways will be released in 'Mean Green', 'Barkroot', 'Black' and 'Hyper Blue'. Of course, the "World Famous" lettering on the ends of the laces is also a must.
Take a look for yourself and get an overview below.
The Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Low Details
Originally, the shoes were supposed to be released on 25 February, but have now been postponed to 4 March 2021. Let's hope that the release will not be delayed again. Due to the pandemic and current restrictions, we are seeing more and more releases having to be postponed. The shoes will be out on the Supreme site, whether they will also be available at Nike is not yet confirmed. All four sneakers will cost €120 in retail and thus be slightly more expensive than the normal Nike SB Dunks.
The four colourways were chosen quite well, because there is actually something for every Dunk fan. The Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Low 'Black' is more simple, while the 'Mean Green' is much more striking. The two variants 'Barkroot' and 'Hyper Blue' round off the package. We'll keep you up to date with the latest releases on Instagram.