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Peep Supreme and Rammellzee’s Nike SB Dunk Low On-Foot

Ian Servantes

Rammellzee was the very first artist Supreme worked with, and the legendary graffiti artist’s work has continued to be featured by the brand since his death in 2010. And even with nearly 30 years of history, the forthcoming link-up on an Nike SB Dunk Low may just be the most hyped yet.

On-foot images for the sneaker have leaked and give us the best look yet at the three-way collaboration. Rammellzee’s artwork features in canvas on the Dunk’s toe cap, quarter, foxing, and heel to contrast with black suede on the Swoosh, eyestay, tip, and mustache. Black is also used for the rest of the shoe’s components save for the outsole, which appears in an always-welcomed gum. Rounding out the flourishes is a gaudy gold block lace dubrae bearing, “SUPREME.”

Supreme’s latest connection with Rammellzee will reportedly release in July for a quite palatable $130. There’s a good chance at least one additional colorway drops along with what we’ve seen, so download the DROPS by SoleSavy app as we provide you with updates.

Supreme Nike SB Dunk Low Rammellzee

Supreme Nike SB Dunk Low Rammellzee

Supreme Nike SB Dunk Low Rammellzee


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