Supreme’s Nike SB Dunks are among the legendary sneaker collabs, but they also contributed another model that’s likely the most unusual in Swoosh skateboarding’s illustrious history. The Supreme x Nike SB ’94 remains the only SB ever created by a guest designer (consequently, the only model to be released exclusively as collaborations), as well as the sole example of Foamposite on a Nike skate shoe. The first four colorways hit retailers just over two years ago, black red, green and blue plus white two-toned designs with the same blocking layout as this newly revealed purple sample. This ‘Eggplant’ ’94 SB could have been the most exciting of the pack, though arguably its regal build would have been better suited to the monochromatic style Supreme released last year. Let us know how they compare to the other unreleased 2010 design after examining more photos below and stick with Sneaker News for spotlights on the rarest samples.
Terrible looking shoe. one big thing I don't get about Nike these days is that they put out a bunch of stuff that looks like the crap other companies were making back in the day - when they were trying to ape Nike. So ironically Nike just ape themselves poorly now. Jordan Brand is very guilty of this too.