For their 2007 Nike SB collaboration, Supreme introduced the long-forgotten Trainer 2 “Totally Washable” into the SB roster and, once again, revisited the iconic Air Jordan line for inspiration. Ten years later, Supreme and Nike SB teamed up a second time on an SB Dunk officially colored Fire Red/Cement Grey-Black.

This time the shoe came with an elephant print upper with Red, Black and White accents. Nike SB and Supreme have created a number of collaborations over the years but none is more famous than the Elephant Print laden Supreme x Nike SB Dunks that released in 2002.

The black leather upper is wrapped in Elephant Print and accented in red, along with the Black/Black-Cement Grey official colorway, are iconic elements strikingly similar to the AJ3, so in hindsight, it’s not a surprise that “Black Cement” Supreme Dunk Low is one of the most sought after sneakers to ever come from Nike Skateboarding. In 2012, Supreme released another iteration of the Nike SB Dunk Low following their release back in 2002. Collaborations such as the early Supreme elephant print colorways, the “Ray Gun” lows from 2005, and the Stussy x Nike SB Dunk Low have seen resell prices spike on StockX, for example.