Nike again joins forces with the multi-talented Japanese designer Verdy, known for his profound impact on street culture and his role as the Artistic Director of the global sensation BLACKPINK. This collaboration is set to bring back the iconic “Girls Don’t Cry” emblem to the Nike SB Dunk Low, a design that has previously captivated sneaker enthusiasts worldwide.

Verdy’s journey with Nike began in 2019 when he collaborated with Nike SB to create a Dunk Low bathed in a bold red hue, proudly showcasing the “Girls Don’t Cry” logo. This release was highly anticipated, but its exclusivity to Japan made it a rare find for international fans. The design was a testament to Verdy’s groundbreaking aesthetics, which have always been at the forefront of street culture.

Now, as the sneaker world buzzes with excitement, there are rumors of a sequel to this iconic collaboration. Sources suggest that there might be two iterations in the pipeline – a Friends & Family version and a General Release variant. While the sneaker community is yet to get a visual glimpse of the upcoming collaboration, the anticipation is palpable. 


While the exact release date remains under wraps, the Girls Don’t Cry x Nike SB Dunk Low collaboration is expected to drop in 2024. Stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more of the latest sneaker news, release dates, and restock alerts.