COMME des GARÇONS has teamed up with Nike to create a "Clear" Dunk High sneaker, and it's already on sale in Japan.

The shoe, which was first unveiled at the label's men’s show at Paris Fashion Week last summer, is wrapped in a deep black and cream upper with transparent PVC panels on the side. The usual Swoosh branding is embellished at the tongue, and “CDG” lettering is placed at the heel.

News of the Japanese release came when Instagram user rakiiiiiiii posted an image with the fresh kicks. An official U.S. release date has yet be announced, however, a recent profile in The New York Times of Atlanta rapper Lil Yachty revealed it will cost $320 USD when it finally hits North American soil.

Stay tuned for more information.

In other sneaker news, here’s what the Supreme x Nike Air More Uptempo might look like.

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