Supreme and Nike SB are reportedly runnin' it back with SB Dunk Low and SB Dunk High collabs later this year. Per a tweet from @k9_itsiant, the owner of aftermarket sneaker boutique Private Selection — a store known for its world-class selection of rare and unreleased pairs — the two longtime collaborative partners' latest SB Dunks will be clad in artwork from the legendary painter, graffiti writer and performance artist Rammellzee.
No images of either shoe have been revealed at the time of writing. However, @k9_itsiant's Tweets mention that both shoes will have the same print but differ in color: the SB Dunk High will boast black longhair suede while the SB Dunk Low will opt for white longhair suede. Previous mock-ups of the rumored model showed it dressed in all-over prints of Rammellzee's artwork, but those images were purely speculative — we'll have to wait for in-hand photos to know what the collaboration will look like.
Any Supreme fan should already be familiar with Rammellzee, as the brand's Spring/Summer 2020 collection made heavy use of his all-over print graphics, applying them to GORE-TEX jackets and sweatsuits and placing his unique handstyle on T-shirts. Rammellzee and Supreme creative director Tremaine Emory also both hail from Queens: the former was born and raised in Far Rockaway, Queens while the latter grew up in Jamaica, Queens.
The rumored collab could touch down as part of Supreme's Spring 2023 collection, which is currently in the middle of its rollout, or be part of the forthcoming Fall 2023 collection. Stay tuned for photos, pricing information and details on an exact date of arrival as soon as they're made available.
For more from the world of Supreme, check out the recently-revealed Supreme x The North Face Spring 2023 collection.