Supreme and Nike’s Seasonal Release Yields Some More Heat

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Written By Chris Azzopardi

Skateboard brand Supreme is one of the few out there that has had the ability to seamlessly go from one domain to another. Whether it’s working with underground music cats, pop art’s biggest names or venturing off into the realm of higher fashion, I’m sure few parties will turn down the opportunity to work with Supreme. Despite having a seasonal effort with competitor Vans, Nike and Supreme have had a storied relationship while not as long-standing as its counterpart has made some consistent waves in the sneaker world.

One only has to look back to 2002 and the release of some of the most hyped sneakers of all time, the Nike SB Dunk Low two-pack (seen here). As of late, Supreme has taken a more progressive route and created something a little different rather than rehashing old retros with the SB 94.

The SB 94 doesn’t exactly come across as your usual skate shoe but arguably few will be using it to skate anyways. Taking on basketball sensibilities, the sneaker comes in two new colors for this season including a New York favorite wheat Timberland inspired joint. Available as of November 10, 2011.

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