Nike SB has tapped Navajo artist and graphic designer Di’Orr Greenwood for a special new take on the Dunk High, deconstructing the model and giving it a bright new colorway inspired by Native American art.

Nike SB has a strong penchant for seeking out and collaborating with exciting partners, from musicians to skaters and artists. This week, a special new project has emerged, which will see the Nike Skateboarding team up with Native American artist Di’Orr Greenwood to deliver her take on the classic SB Dunk High. Pulling inspiration from her roots growing up in the Navajo nation in Northern Arizona, this version of the Dunk deconstructs the shoe, removing excess padding in the collars for a simplified suede upper. The look is intensely colorful, beginning with a bright blue suede base and adding black toe box, as well as lush brown suede overlays for the mudguard and heels. The black Swooshes feature an embroidery of the big dipper constellation, while yellow to brown gradient pieces appear on both the laces and heels.


The upcoming collaboration between artist & skate Di’Orr Greenwood and Nike SB has not been announced for release, but will likely arrive in stores sometime in 2024. Featuring a colorful palette for a deconstructed version of the Dunk High, pairs will be available from the SNKRS app and select skate shops, with an elevated price tag of $150 or more. Check out the early images below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more sneaker release news.

Di’orr Greenwood x Nike SB Dunk High
Color: Turquoise Blue/Black-Rugged Orange
Style Code: FQ1775-400
Release Date: Summer 2024
Price: $145

UPDATE 3/29/24: Official images of the Di’Orr Greenwood x Nike SB Dunk High are here, with an expected release of Summer 2024.

UPDATE 11/20/23: Detailed shots of the Di’orr Greenwood x Nike SB High have emerged, showing off the shoes’ many small details, from the star-shaped perforations to the constellations added to each Swoosh. No date yet, but they are expected to arrive in Spring 2024.