A Better Look at the Mysterious Unreleased Supreme x Nike Dunk High

The most detailed yet.

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After getting a first look at the unreleased Supreme x Nike Dunk High, we recently received a detailed look at the mysterious model. Initially discovered by a customer shopping at the NYC Supreme flagship store in 2015, the Supreme “Christmas” Dunk High was apparently included in a red sportswear box gifted to staff for the holidays. The shoe features a premium red leather and white wool panel upper which is accented by the quilted lining and subtle Nike branding found on the tongue of the shoe. Additionally, the new detailed images of the collaborative model reveals that the shoe is actually a Lunar Dunk High meaning the Supreme-branded insole is constructed of Nike’s Lunarlon material. Take a closer look at the unreleased Supreme “Christmas” Dunk High above and let us know what you think.

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