Official Images of All Three 'The Powerpuff Girls' x Nike SB Dunk Lows

The much-anticipated collection finally hit shelves in a few weeks.

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Update: After a complete year of rumors, teasers and anticipation building, The Powerpuff Girls x Nike SB Dunk Low collection has been officially revealed by the Swoosh. The three pairs are pictured above in the following order: “Buttercup,” “Bubbles” and “Blossom.” While a release date hasn’t been announced just yet, it remains expected to release on December 14 via Nike SNKRS and select skate shops at a price of $135 USD each. For more info about the collaboration, be sure to review all of our past updates below.


Update: We’re months away from the much-anticipated launch of The Powerpuff Girls x Nike SB Dunk Low collection, however, there’s more news to be shared. While it remains unannounced by either party, a detailed on-foot breakdown of the “Buttercup” and “Blossom” colorways has popped alongside a specified release date. At the time of writing, the three-piece collection is scheduled to launch on December 14 via Nike SNKRS and select skate shops at a price of $135 USD each.

 

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Update: As fans of The Powerpuff Girls continue to await the launch of the franchise’s Nike SB Dunk Low collection, early looks at pairs continue to pop up. The latest preview sees both the “Buttercup” and “Bubbles” colorways revealed. Starting with the “Buttercup” pair, a green satin upper is joined by black Swooshes, laces and a midsole that rests above the translucent outsole. Her eyes, like the other pairs, are depicted at the embroidered heel while additional thematic touches grace the tongue tag and sockliner. Executed similarly, the “Bubbles” pair sees a shimmering blue finish at the upper joined by yellow at the Swooshes and laces and black at the midsole. Release for the collection remains estimated for this December. Stay tuned for more updates and peep our previous coverage below for more info.


Update: Slowly but steadily, The Powerpuff Girls x Nike SB Dunk Low project is being revealed. Brief glimpses have popped up in recent months, leading us to our best look at the collaboration yet, courtesy of Instagram user iamricosuav. A pink base is joined by orange Swooshes while co-branding hits the tongue tags and special thematic graphics have been prepared at the heel tab and sockliner. Peep the embedded gallery below for a detailed breakdown of the “Blossom” pair and stay tuned for updates regarding this high-powered collab as it remains expected to launch this December.

 

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Update: After news of a The Powerpuff Girls x Nike SB collection surfaced back in March, we now have a look at one of the collaborative offerings: a SB Dunk Low “Blossom” inspired by the show’s titular character.

Reveled by sneaker leaker @thesolessorcerer, the “Blossom” features a bold pink color scheme that nods to its corresponding Powerpuff Girl’s signature color plus orange accents that acknowledge her hair. The heel tab is then enlarged and embroidered with one of Blossom’s eyes — only the left shoe is shown in the image, indicating that the right shoe will likely complete her visage — to complete the look.

Though images of the “Bubbles” and “Buttercup” pairs have yet to be revealed, it’s likely they’ll follow the same design ethos and spotlight their respective character’s colors. Rumors have been swirling on the sneaker interwebs about the collection’s release status as well, indicating that only one colorway of the three will be made available as a general release while the other two are much more limited and will only drop through select channels.

If these rumors hold true, you can expect the collection to drop sometime in December. Read the original story below for further info, and stay tuned for updates as they’re available.


Original Story: According to reports from sneaker insiders, Nike SB is currently working on a collaboration with The Powerpuff Girls which is set to launch later this year. While neither Nike nor Cartoon Network has yet to issue an official statement regarding a partnership, the news seems timely as The Powerpuff Girls, which originally aired between 2004 to 2009, announced a reboot last year. The collab will also reportedly materialize via a Dunk model.

“So excited to partner with an incredible studio to develop new characters and stories for two of my favorite creations! Powerpuff GirlsFoster’s Home for Imaginary Friends Reboots in the Works by Original Creator Craig McCracken,” McCracken announced in July.

Apart from the animated reboot, The Powerpuff Girls will be returning as a live-action remake featuring Chloe Bennett, Dove Cameron, and Yana Perrault as Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup respectively. While originally announced in 2021, CW has decided to rework the show, seeing an indefinite delay to the premiere.

Look for more details regarding the potential The Powerpuff Girls x Nike collaboration to emerge in the coming months and note that you can also pick up a pair through Flight Club.

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