In-Hand Look at the Run the Jewels x Nike SB Dunk Low

The hip hop duo’s signature hand graphic is embroidered into the heels.

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In 2023 we’re likely going to see Nike double down on its collaborations with music artists, especially since those types of projects tend to drive most interest and revenue. In the world of rap, figures like Travis Scott and Drake will likely push out more collaborative iterations, and now hip hop duo Run the Jewels will be getting tossed into the Swoosh’s collaborative cauldron. Killer Mike and El-P‘s Nike SB Dunk High recently surfaced, and now we’ve got a closer look at its forthcoming SB Dunk Low.

From top to bottom, the shoes are covered in brighter hues. Unlike its release sibling which is treated with pony hair overlays, this variation is mostly made with buttery suede panels that alternate between various shades of blue. A strong pop of pink pokes out through the Swooshes while subtle notes of yellow are positioned on the tongue branding. Run the Jewels’ signature “hand sign” emblem splits between the heels where you’d usually find Nike branding. Down below the kicks are formed with an icy blue tint.

As of now, these are scheduled to release on April, 20, 2023 (Killer Mike’s birthday), but this hasn’t been confirmed yet.

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