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The Crenshaw Skate Club x Nike SB Dunk Low Has a Release Date

A new collaborative Nike SB Dunk Low is on the way.


[Update 4 Sep 2023] The Crenshaw Skate Club x Nike SB Dunk Low have been released. Most would keep them as pristine, but wearing and tearing them (as they were intended) will reveal a special detail hidden within. Most would end up missing it but underneath the lateral Swoosh hides a message: “YOU ARE NOW A PART OF THE CLUB.”

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[Update 31 Jul 2023] Anticipation of the Crenshaw Skate Club x Nike SB Dunk Low spiked with last week’s update about its imminent arrival. And imminent, it is indeed. The pair will be released at select skate shops on 5 August. Adding more coal to the hype train, new images of the accompanying apparel have also been leaked. Check them out at the gallery above as we await more details about other avenues of release.

[Update 25 Jul 2023] New campaign images for the Crenshaw Skate Club x Nike SB Dunk Low have recently surfaced. The imagery features founder Tobey McIntosh with the sneaker, and stated that they’re “coming sooner than expected”. Stay tuned for more release information as we await news of a release date!

[Update 7 Jun 2023] While release dates have yet to be confirmed from the Swoosh label, official images of the Crenshaw Skate Club x Nike SB Dunk Low have now arrived, which also reveals additional sets of insole graphic designs. Take a look at the shots as we await the final updates from the duo.

[Update 25 May 2023] An on-foot look at the Crenshaw Skate Club x Nike SB Dunk Low has emerged, courtesy of @yankeekicks. Grab a better look at how the pair will look on your feet via the top slider above, and stay tuned for more official imagery!

[Update 19 May 2023] More images have emerged of the titular pair. Therein are details unseen before like the graphics on the underside of the tongue, the alternate laces, along with a detailed look at its textured finishes.  A release date has been projected to be in 2 August while other sources purport it for October. Stay tuned while we ascertain this.

In addition, it’s also been revealed that the pair will be released in full-family sizing with the Men’s pair selling for US$130, PS for US$90, and the TD for US$75.

[Update 3 May 2023] An in-hand presentation of the forthcoming Crenshaw Skate Club x Nike SB Dunk Low has emerged following last week’s initial sneak peek of the shoe. These new set of images offer a better look at its most notable elements like the full-length transparent outsole illustration, inside tongue tab graphics, and collaboration branding at the heel. Release is projected to be sometime in the fall so stay tuned for more updates at this very page!


Crenshaw Skate Club might not be the most recognisable name to people outside of Los Angeles, but they’re soon to be with an upcoming Crenshaw Skate Club x Nike SB Dunk Low collaboration.

Founded by Tobias McIntosh, the skate shop was started with the idea of representing McIntosh and his friends’ unique looks in the skate industry. The overall vision of the business has later grown to not only represent McIntosh and his friends, but to empower inner city skaters on a global level.

To note, this isn’t Crenshaw Skate Club’s first project with Nike. Last year, the skate label worked on an Air Jordan 36 Low PE, however it was strictly a promotional product.

While the inspiration behind this Crenshaw Skate Club x Nike SB Dunk Low has not been revealed just yet, it certainly seems like some of the skate shop’s values are imprinted on the SB Dunk Low. Through the early image provided by JF Grails, the overlays come with what seems to be a brushed graphic. McIntosh also applies his own creative touch on the iconic Nike SB’s tongue label. A special illustration will also feature beneath the translucent outsole.

While release details are still scanty at the moment, expect this upcoming Crenshaw Skate Club x Nike SB Dunk Low to release in the coming months. Stay tuned for more information regarding this release.

In other sneaker-related news, check out the returning Nike KD 4 “Galaxy”.