Welcome back SFS family! Coming in hot today, we’re talking about the “Stars” collection of Nike SB Dunks in collaboration with Supreme. Before we dive in, quick reminder that here at SFS is the best place to gain valuable info about reselling and updates on all sneaker and streetwear releases. There’s a reason why our Playbook is so highly revered! Check out some of the great things people are saying in reviews of our book. If you want to stay up to date on all your sneaker and streetwear releases and resale strategies be sure to sign up for our newsletter. Our articles and guides will be in your inbox if you forget to check up on the site. If you decide to sign up to our newsletter, you’ll receive our Flagship Hypemaster Playbook preview for free! Other discounts for products may be sent too, so it’s a good idea to be subscribed! Feel free to skip to Release Info and Conclusion now to get the need to know details for this release. Next we’ll be going over some similar shoes from the past.
Two Powerhouses – Nike and Supreme
Nike SB and Supreme have shared a few legendary moments together as they’ve both risen to the top as the gold standard in sneakers and streetwear. Over the past couple decades as Supreme got it’s start, and Nike continued to climb the ranks as a sportswear icon, we can look back at some of the important sneakers that have had serious staying power in the footwear space. It all started in 2002, 8 years into Supreme’s life. This was a special time as the Nike Skateboarding division had just been launched. The two linked up for a skateboarding sneaker that drew inspiration from the Air Jordan 3. If you can believe it, the shoes retailed for only $65. Right now if you tried to get a pair, I’d expect to pay $4,000-$5,000. Later in 2012 they released a red iteration that was just as popular and actually my favorite of the trio. In 2019, Supreme came back with another SB Dunk capsule. This leather and jewel swoosh group retailed for $110 and to be fair they kind of flopped in the beginning. But with such a big Dunk craze going on, they’ve had more popularity and resale has risen to around $275-$300. The real inspiration for new collection is the original “Stars” pack from 2003. Again these retailed for a measly $65 and now resell anywhere from $3,000 to $6,000. Some would consider them some of the best SBs of all time.
Though we won’t be getting Orange, Red, or Uni Blue options, we will be getting the croc-skinned, gold star-printed aesthetic that we know so well in an SB Dunk Low. Color codes are in order as: Hyper Blue, Mean Green, Black, and Barkroot Brown. Here are a bunch of the official images, with scattered colorways highlighting certain touches on the shoes. Which colorway are you leaning towards?
Conclusion and Resale Anticipation
Resale is obviously through the roof for these sneakers. On paper they should be one of the most hyped Nike SB Dunks to release in recent memory. With the original Dunk Highs selling into the mid-4 figures, Our hope is that these can immediately flip for $500-$600 and only climb more as time goes on. As for a release date and platform, nothing has been official yet. Rumors are that they’ll be apart of Supreme’s Spring/Summer 21 season and/or a SNKRS release. Stay tuned for updates. Release Info/Where to BuySNEAKER: Supreme x Nike Dunk Low ‘Stars’
RELEASE DATE: TBD, early 2021
EST RETAIL PRICE: $110AVERAGE RESALE VALUE: $600 RETAIL POINTS: Supreme and Nike mostly
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Erik has been a devotee to sneakers and footwear in general ever since he can remember. His Mount Rushmore of sneakers in his collection would be the Grey New Balance 990v4's, Nike x Atmos Animal Air Max 95 (06), Jordan 3 White cement, and Pure Platinum Air Yeezy 2.