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Classic two-tone colorblocking that dates all the way back to the Dunk‘s genesis is used, with mudguards, eyestays, Swooshes, heels and collar flaps offering a rich navy tone while toeboxes, quarters and collars present a bright red. Heels feature a wrap-around graphic that combines Supreme’s “By Any Means” motif in a New York Magazine style-font with a chopped-down take on Nike Sportswear‘s famous NYC logo. “Supreme Team” appears under the rear of the collar, and a “No <3" embellishment, a clever flip on Milton Glaser‘s iconic “I <3 New York" graphic is embroidered on the lateral forefoot. "Sup" in Nike font is present on the tongue as well. "World Famous" is printed on the tips of the navy laces, while white midsoles work with navy outsoles to round off the look.

The New York City-based brand and the Swoosh’s skate subdivision have worked on a veritable myriad of iconic SB collaborations — SB Dunk Lows in 2002, SB Dunk Highs in 2003 and more SB Dunk Lows in 2012, 2019 and 2021 — but never before have so many Supreme wordmarks appeared on a single shoe; the only previous collaboration that comes close is the Supreme x Nike Air Force 1 High from 2014. As of now there’s no hard information on a release date, but these high-cut SB Dunks will likely debut as part of Supreme’s forthcoming Fall 2021 range.

Need more Swoosh news in the meantime? Take a look at a wildly-patterned Air Force 1 Low that celebrates Japan’s Matsuri festivals.
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