Verdy Reveals Release Date for Girls Don't Cry x Nike SB Dunk Low Collab

Coming very soon.

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True to his word, Verdy will launch his Girls Don’t Cry x Nike SB Dunk Low collaboration in 2019. In fact, he’ll be launching it in mere days.

The Japanese creative recently uploaded an image to Instagram of “Feb.9 2019” in his signature script font against a red background, with the caption of “Coming back home.” As seen in his Stories, however, this is no mere homecoming; Verdy is heading back to Japan just in time to launch the collaborative Dunk Low, which is dropping on February 9 according to a lamp post banner as seen in the Story.

View the Instagram post and a snapshot of the Story below. Stay tuned for news of an overseas release.

Meanwhile, Verdy recently teased a different colorway of the collaborative Dunk Low, possibly a “Friends & Family” iteration.

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