The most famous skate shop in the world is New York’s Supreme. The SoHo shop opened in 1994 and had the key to success figured out well before DJ Khaled started Snapchatting. Nearly everything Supreme releases sells out, so they also tend to collaborate with the people that are pushing the envelope in their respective fields. 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. Ten years later, Supreme and Nike SB teamed up a second time on an SB Dunk officially colored Fire Red/Cement Grey-Black. The Red Cement Supreme Dunk Low released in Supreme stores in New York, Los Angeles, London, and Tokyo, making them more accessible than the original versions. Along with the familiar colors and details, the Nike Dunk SB Low Supreme also came with a hang tag keychain featuring the company’s “World Famous” branding. While the original Supreme Dunks might be the most sought after, the Red Cement Supreme Dunks turned out to be a reseller’s dream — just like we’ve come to expect from Supreme.