Verdy Confirms Girls Don't Cry x Nike SB Dunk Low Will Release in 2019

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2018 HB100 member Verdy took to Instagram to confirm that the Girls Don’t Cry x Nike SB Dunk Low will launch in 2019. First offered in a limited run at the inaugural HYPEFEST event, the all-red shoe will see a wider release sometime time in the coming months. The understated design juxtaposes the tonal nubuck upper with white “Girls Don’t Cry” embroidery towards the heel, completed with a butterfly-branded tag on the tongue.

Stay tuned for the complete release information, coming soon.

Elsewhere, jeffstaple revealed the release details for his Nike SB Dunk Low “Panda Pigeon.”

 

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