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January 16, 2023
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Supreme To Release A Nike SB Dunk Low Collab In 2023

Sneaker News
2 min read

Supreme To Release A Nike SB Dunk Low Collab In 2023

January 16, 2023
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By
Nicholas Vlahos
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Rumors regarding a new Supreme x Nike SB Dunk project have been confirmed by notorious Supreme leaker DropsByJay.

One of the best dynamic duos in the footwear industry, Nike and streetwear legends Supreme, has blessed the industry with plenty of collaborations, however, the most popular has always been on the Nike SB Dunk. Initially teaming up in 2003 on the SB Dunk High, we’ve seen the pair come together for a slew of SB Dunks with the latest being a direct reference to the original collab but on the more famous Nike SB Dunk Low. Now prior to the next season of Supreme drops, the infamous Supreme info-account DropsByJay has confirmed that we will see a new Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Low in 2023.

As of this writing, information regarding the color scheme and/or design is all up in the air, however, expect the typical in-your-face designs we’ve come to know and love from the NYC-based streetwear/skate brand. Leading up to the “official” leak by DropsByJay, numerous accounts have teased the upcoming collab with photos of a scrapped sample from 2003 that featured a similar design to the star-covered Nike SB Dunk High the two first worked on. We’re also unsure as to whether or not we’ll be seeing multiple colorways, though it is likely the case as Supreme typically drops 2-3 iterations when collaborating with The Swoosh.

The Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Low is set to release in the Spring/Summer 2023 season through Supreme, select Nike SB skate shops, and a possible Nike SNKRS launch. As of this writing, sizing and pricing information is TBA. Keep it locked to our Twitter and the Sole Retriever mobile app to stay updated on the latest releases, raffles, news, and more in the sneaker and streetwear world.

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Rumors regarding a new Supreme x Nike SB Dunk project have been confirmed by notorious Supreme leaker DropsByJay.

One of the best dynamic duos in the footwear industry, Nike and streetwear legends Supreme, has blessed the industry with plenty of collaborations, however, the most popular has always been on the Nike SB Dunk. Initially teaming up in 2003 on the SB Dunk High, we’ve seen the pair come together for a slew of SB Dunks with the latest being a direct reference to the original collab but on the more famous Nike SB Dunk Low. Now prior to the next season of Supreme drops, the infamous Supreme info-account DropsByJay has confirmed that we will see a new Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Low in 2023.

As of this writing, information regarding the color scheme and/or design is all up in the air, however, expect the typical in-your-face designs we’ve come to know and love from the NYC-based streetwear/skate brand. Leading up to the “official” leak by DropsByJay, numerous accounts have teased the upcoming collab with photos of a scrapped sample from 2003 that featured a similar design to the star-covered Nike SB Dunk High the two first worked on. We’re also unsure as to whether or not we’ll be seeing multiple colorways, though it is likely the case as Supreme typically drops 2-3 iterations when collaborating with The Swoosh.

The Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Low is set to release in the Spring/Summer 2023 season through Supreme, select Nike SB skate shops, and a possible Nike SNKRS launch. As of this writing, sizing and pricing information is TBA. Keep it locked to our Twitter and the Sole Retriever mobile app to stay updated on the latest releases, raffles, news, and more in the sneaker and streetwear world.

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