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It’s about to be a wild summer for Supreme, fans of the brand and especially for sneakerheads.

For the first time since 2002, Supreme will be releasing a collaborative dunk low with Nike SB. The shoe, like the original, has elephant print outlining the entire sneaker – but this time, as opposed to using black or white, Supreme decided to use red as the main color. Additionally, the shoe comes branded by Supreme on the insole, as well as on the added “World Famous” hangtag.

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The shoe will retail for about $150, however an official price and release date has not been set as yet.
As if that weren’t cool enough, Supreme will also be releasing a special edition Andy Warhol inspired SK8-Hi, Era and Half Cab with Vans. Prices should range from about $120-160. However like the Nike dunk low, an exact price or release date has not been given, although you should look out for both to release very soon along with Supreme’s current spring/summer 2012 collection.

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The shoe features an all over print of Andy Warhol’s iconic Campbell’s soup painting. The colorway is very similar to the Nike dunk low. Both shoes utilize red, black and white in a very similar way, but because of the various silhouettes, they obviously look very differently. It’s safe to say that we want all of them, whether or not we will be able to fight off the mob that will surely be outside Supreme on the release date remains to be seen!