Nike x Supreme Dunk High Pro SB

Supreme established itself as a counterculture streetwear label in the 1990s and, in 2002, joined forces with Nike to create a series of highly coveted sneaker collaborations. The Supreme Dunk High Pro SB was one of Nike’s first ventures into the world of skateboarding, and the highly anticipated model was released only in New York and Tokyo. Hallmarks of the design are the gold-star embellishment and mock-croc leather detailing on the uppers as well as the lace ornament, called a debray, wrought in gold and featuring the word Supreme. Only 1,000 Dunk Supremes were released in the White/University Blue colorway, making this one of the most sought-after sneakers of all time.