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Supreme x Nike ‘By Any Means’ SB Dunk High Appears in 'Brazil' Colourway

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Supreme and Nike SB's collaborative relationship reaches back almost two decades, as the duo released their first set of SB Dunk Lows in 2002. Since then, the partnership has produced a wealth of classic styles — ranging from 2003's Supreme x Nike SB Dunk High to 2006's Supreme x Nike SB Blazer and cult favourites like 2007's Supreme x Nike SB Air Trainer 2 — and in 2021 'Preme and the Swoosh have returned to the SB Dunk High for a 'By Any Means' collection.

In weeks past, we've seen the 'By Any Means' appear in black/white and navy/red colourways, but now a third style is joining the lineup: a yellow and green 'Brazil' makeup. Revealed on the cover of Japanese publication Shoes Master, the 'Brazil' borrows its colour scheme from Nike Sportswear's familiar Dunk Low 'Brazil' but adds enough branded flair to satiate the appetite of the most ardent Supreme stans.

Only a single top-down image of the 'Brazil' has been revealed, but it shows more than enough to provide an idea of what the style is all about. Leather uppers combine yellow toeboxes, quarter panels, and collars with green mudguards, eyestays, Swooshes, collar flaps and heels. Further contrast is supplied by yellow mesh tongues with green trim and green laces. Red insoles with a cut-off Supreme logo, white midsoles and what look to be green outsoles wrap up the colourblocking.

Just like the other pairs in the 'By Any Means' pack, there are plenty of embellishments. 'No <3' is embroidered on the medial forefoot for a flip on Milton Glaser's famous 'I <3 New York' graphic. Heels read 'By Any Means' in a duo of fonts that nod to New York Magazine and the Nike NYC logo, 'Supreme Team' can be seen in small varsity-jacket text style on the heels and a final acknowledgment of Supreme's Big Apple roots are supplied by a hybrid Swoosh/Supreme hit on the tongues.

The Supreme x Nike SB Dunk High 'Brazil' has yet to receive a release date. However, Supreme's Fall/Winter 2021 collection rollout is in full swing, and Shoes Master has revealed many collaborative Supreme models in past years, usually a few weeks ahead of its arrival, so it's not unreasonable to think that a drop will go down sometime soon.

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