Supreme and Nike SB have another new project in the works for early next year. This time, the two are taking on the ’90s Darwin basketball shoe’s low-top variant, in a total of four colorways.

Supreme and Nike have a longstanding collaborative partnership. The New York brand has a penchant for pulling out some strange and archival silhouettes from the Swoosh, like the Courtposite tennis sneaker that was officially announced this week. Hot on the heels of this announcement, their upcoming Darwin Low release leaked in its first few images, showing off one colorway of the four rumored styles to release next Spring. Originally released in 1994 and popularized on the feet of Dennis Rodman, the Darwin was built as a basketball shoe – however, Supreme and the SB are repurposing it for their own needs. Reconstructed in a canvas upper with leather Swooshes and nylon webbing loops for the lacing system, the pair seen here is the ‘Sail’ color scheme, which mixes white and light blue for the upper with black midsole and inner lining. The other colors set to release will come in Black, Khaki, and Volt.


Supreme and Nike SB’s next collaborative release is now expected to arrive this week, on May 2nd, 2024. Featuring the 1994 Nike Basketball Darwin silhouette, the low-top version is set to drop in a total of four colorways. Pairs will be available exclusively through Supreme’s website at 11am ET and retail stores for $120. Check out the in-hand images for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more sneaker release news.

Supreme x Nike SB Darwin Low “Sail”
Release Date: May 2, 2024
Color: Sail/Boarder Blue-Black
Style Code: FQ3000-100
Price: $120

UPDATE 4/15/24: The Supreme x Nike SB Darwin Low release is now expected for this week, on April 18th, 2024, though the date has not been confirmed yet. Additionally, we have new on-foot photos of the black & white colorways courtesy of Private Selection.

UPDATE 10/23/23: This week we got an early look at two other colorways of Supreme’s upcoming Nike SB Darwin project, showing the black color scheme as well as the camo ‘Khaki’ style.