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Monday Briefing: Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Low, KAWS SEPARATED, Air Jordan 1 "What The" Doernbecher and more

News recap from February 25 to February 28

Spring is right around the corner and that means that more and more collaborations and releases are popping up as well. We not only celebrate history and our present circumstances, but we look into the future as well. Let's go over some of the biggest headlines of the weekend.

Supreme x Nike SB Dunk Low release info

Supreme and Nike SB reunite on a brand new Dunk Low - sort of. Taking design cues from their 2003 Dunk High collaboration, the duo have come up with four new colorways that incorporate the gold Supreme lace locks, gold star side panel graphic, and debossed croc material which now lives on in sneaker lure. Exclusive to Preme, head over to their U.S. and European locations on March 4 to cop. Japan drops these on March 6.

Release Dates:
3/4/21 (Thursday) - NY, LA, SF, Paris, London, online
3/6/21 (Saturday) - Japan

Air Jordan I “What The” Doernbecher release info

Nike is celebrating the 17th anniversary of its Doernbecher Freestyle program with a "What The" iteration of the Air Jordan 1. This extremely special sneaker takes elements from all 14 Air Jordan designs that were in the program and will only have 17 pairs made to celebrate the anniversary. The first pair was auctioned off on February 25 and all proceeds will be sold through eBay with proceeds benefiting OHSU Doernbecher patients and staff. Stay tuned for more info as the auction is temporary postponed.

Noah launches "Not Dead Yet" recycling program

Retailer Noah has just launched their own recycling program called "Not Dead Yet." The brand is now allowing customers to send in their old and used items to either be repaired, resold by Noah, donated or recycled. Noah will offer $40 for outerwear/jackets, $4 for tees, $7 for tops, $15 for sweatshirts/knitwear and $20 for pants/shirts/shoes. You can learn more on


KAWS SEPARATED figurine release info

KAWS has just announced his latest vinyl figurine release. Dubbed SEPARATED, the Companion toy comes in three colorways - brown, grey and black. Most likely a reference to the hard year we've had to endure across the world due to the pandemic, the Companion is in a seated position with its head buried inside of its hands - seemingly in pain and crying. The release will take place at noon EST tomorrow, March 2 via

Release Date: 3/2/21 (Tuesday)


Nike Dunk Low "City Market" release info

The Dunk Low continues to introduce new concepts as its popular surges once again. This time around, a "City Market" theme celebrates the Swoosh's Blue Ribbon Sports heritage as well as upcycling with industrial rice and coffee bags. Zippered compartments on the tongue are another unique touch as well as "Thank You For Caring!" Head over to SNKRS app to grab these on March 4 for $110.

Release Date: 3/4/21 (Thursday)

Nike Dunk High "Dark Curry" release info

Velvet brown adorns this rendition of the Dunk High to form a "Dark Curry" colorway. Air Max 1 fans will be familiar with a lighter palette of the "Curry" theme and I think this darker variation is the perfect complement to add into the collection if you have the former - or if you just like dark earthy shades on your footwear. Either way, these are dope and will release via SNKRS app on March 5 for $120.

Release Date: 3/5/21 (Friday)