Footwear

An On-Foot Look at Supreme x Nike's Dunk SB Collection

Dropping in three head-turning colorways.

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An On-Foot Look at Supreme x Nike's Dunk SB Collection

Dropping in three head-turning colorways.

Supreme has unveiled the official lookbook and product imagery of the 2019 Nike SB Dunk Low design. After an initial leak surfaced a few days ago, the news release notes that the low-cut sneaker will arrive in “White/Red,” “Black/Silver” and “Navy/Gold” colorways.

The Nike SB Dunk Lows come equipped with metallic leather uppers paired with a Zoom Air unit midsole. Additionally, the sneaker features a minimalistic jewel Swoosh that matches the color of the toebox. Lastly, a Supreme star embroidery rests on the lateral alongside a “World Famous” shoe tag.

The 2019 Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Low collection will be available for purchase in-store for $110 USD at New York, Brooklyn, Los Angeles, London, Paris and online on September 5. Japan will receive its release on September 7.

While you’re here, check out our favorite pieces from Supreme’s Fall/Winter 2019 collection.

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