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Summertime Lunches Inspire Social Status x Nike Dunk Collection

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Luis Torres

As the summer continues to be headlined by the Dunk, Social Status is bringing some refreshing flavor with its upcoming collaboration with the Swoosh. The Social Status x Nike Dunk collection is inspired by milk and its cartons that are staples during the free summertime lunches.

The Social Status x Nike Dunk collection taps a “Chocolate” and “Strawberry” inspiration for the collection as both colorways are rich in flavor and detail. An enlarged jewel Swoosh, buttery velour, and premium leather bring the flavors to life with a premium touch. In addition to that, the collection will be releasing full-family sizing as the adult pairs arrive in a mid-cut as the grade school and kids pairs will arrive in low top form.

An official release date for the collection has yet to be confirmed. However, Social Status recently teased the pairs indicating that the collection could arrive in August.

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