"Inspired by season outwear, the winterized take on Bruce Kilgore’s 1982 design boasts textile and synthetic shroud over its standard baae. Robust stitching, toggle-fasteners and pull tabs on the tongue deliver the same functionality found on winter outwear to this predominantly “Platinum Violet” option for women. “Hyper Crimson” accents throughout the nike air force 1 italia-variant proffer high-vis flair for both aesthetic and practical purposes, while the aforementioned greyish tone takes over much of the lining and pair’s top-half.
It’s safe to say that legendary New York label Supreme are quite familiar with the Dunk Low. They’ve finessed some of the most sought-after colourways of all time and, after revisiting the silhouette in 2019, they’re set to take to it again 2021. Recent rumours suggest Supreme will team up again with Nike SB for four collaborative nike sb dunk low – the latest stanza in the label’s love affair with the iconic sneaker.
The word is that Supreme will use another one of their coveted colabs – the feetelement.com – as inspiration for this upcoming collection. With the OGs arriving in orange, red, and ‘Caroline Blue’, the new colourway codes suggest things will be changed up. Additionally, each pair could feature gold stars on the side panels with croc skin overlays, while Supreme branding will no doubt be a key focal point, likely arriving on the lace locks and insoles. Peep the mock-up images above for a potential look at what’s to come.
Cutting his teeth in the skateboarding industry as a designer at Powell-Peralta in 1989, the multi-talented Sean Cliver continues to add to his sneaker CV in 2020.Proprietor of the much admired StrangeLove label, Cliver already dropped the velvety Cyber Monday Deals back in February (the sensual design is still picking up four digits on the resale market). Now, Sean Cliver is once again linking up with Nike Skateboarding for a special edition Nike SB Dunk Low.