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7-Eleven Collaborated With Nike To Make Shoe Magic

The color blocking design incorporates red, green, and orange, just like your local 7-Eleven.

If you are someone who loves Slurpees or Big Gulps from 7-Eleven, this is your chance to own the perfect pair of shoes. Nike and 7-Eleven have entered into a partnership to create the coolest SB Dunk Lows on the market currently. Those who wear these bad boys are definitely going to be fielding questions on the street.

Even those who do not consider themselves to be 7-Eleven connoisseurs or avid sneaker fans are sure to enjoy these. The color blocking design incorporates red, green, and orange, just like your local 7-Eleven. The three colors are also included in each one of the white laces. The swoosh is present, of course, and the 7-Eleven logo can be found on each side as well.

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We thought we saw it all. @7eleven x Nike SB Dunk revealed. Would you cop these? Link in bio for more details.

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There is just one downside that we neglected to mention: these sneakers are only available to the Japanese sneakerhead right now. However, we have received word that the sneakers are going to be made available to the US by year’s end and not a moment too soon. These are a must-have for your personal collection and they also make a great gift for the 7-Eleven aficionado in your life.

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ON FEET : Nike SB Dunk Low QS “7-Eleven” 👀🔥 (Possible Japan Exclusive)

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We have our fingers and toes crossed when it comes to a wider launch. Believe it or not, this is actually not the first collaboration between these iconic brands. Sneaker News was sure to remind everyone of these past developments recently. In case you didn’t remember, 7-Eleven and Nike first came together 12 years ago. During the 2008 holiday season, the SB Dunk High Pro was released which were primarily red and came with green laces.

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CLOSER LOOK: Nike SB Dunk Low QS “7-Eleven” 👀🔥(Releasing Late 2020)

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There’s just something about a brand new pair of sneakers, isn’t there?