Nike SB joins forces with Quatersnacks for back-to-school season


The brand with the swoosh has been releasing Dunk after Dunk, much to the delight of fans of the Nike SB silhouette that first appeared in 2002. To celebrate the birth of skateboarding at the Olympics, Nike and New York skate magazine Quatersnacks have joined forces to create a stunning low top with a zebra print.

The collaborative OG silhouette gets an all-new, ultra graphic upper with fashionable potential that reaches a climax. The zebra print that covers a large part of the silhouette, from the toe box to the quarter pannel and the back of the heel to the insole, is inspired by the Zebra cakes of the famous American brand Little Debbie. The shoe also features contrasting black overlays on the mud-guard, Swoosh, eyelets and heel. The tongue label is stamped with a classic bright red Nike SB accompanied by the Quartersnacks logo.

The Quartersnacks x Nike SB Dunk Low collaboration is expected to be released in the coming weeks via the SNKRS app.


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