To come in black and white iterations

For those who have been in the sneaker scene since the mid-2000s, Nike SB Dunks was all the craze. Among the most-coveted ones are the 2005 “Tiffany” SB Dunk Lows. They became iconic thanks to the clean mint green and black alligator leather upper that is inspired by the color motif of the famous jeweler.

These Dunks were made as a collaboration with Diamond Supply, and they have since been one of the most coveted SB Dunks from the Pink Box era (which included hype Dunks such as the “Pigeon”, “Stussy” and “De La Soul”. The iconic colorway made a comeback in 2014 in high-top form, and they were as hype as the OGs—but command a lower resale price.

Recently, Diamond Supply Co. founder Nicky Diamonds teased at another “Tiffany” collaboration, this time in two colorways consisting of an all-black and all-white SD Dunk Lows. Both models come with the same alligator leather upper and Diamond Supply tongue logo found in its two predecessors, and adds a spin to the metallic silver Swoosh: this time, the Swoosh is detachable, revealing a mint green Swoosh underneath it.

Diamonds has not yet revealed the release date for both pairs, but our best guess is around the end of the year or early 2019. Without a doubt, this is one of the must-cop SB Dunks in recent years, so expect a lot of hype for both pairs.


Duey Guison

Duey Guison

While he is a tech writer, sneakers is his main passion.