These Nike x Supreme trainers will add some sunshine to your wardrobe
Nov. 16, 2020
You might not be having the best Monday (we’re blaming this up’n’down weather), but there is light on the horizon, as Supreme just gave us a look at its latest weekly drop, which is looking to shape up like one of its best to date.
Supreme’s relationship with Nike has been ongoing since 2002, when the pair released the white and dove-grey Nike Dunk Low Pro SB Supreme.
Since, there has been a padded Nike Blazer SB Supreme, the Nike Dunk Low Pro SB Supreme, a neon-green Nike SB Tennis Classic Supreme, a canary-yellow Nike GTS SB Supreme and the eye-catching Nike Air More Uptempo Supreme, to name just a few.
Today, Supreme unveiled a new version of the Air Max Plus, which will go on sale later this week along with a Dri-Fit running hat.
The latest drop in the partnership focuses on the Air Max Plus TN, which was designed by Nike OG sneakerhead Sean McDowell and debuted back in 1998.
They’re also the kicks that Skepta gave a rework in 2018.
The 2020 Nike x Supreme Air Max Plus comes in three colourways (green, red and pink, and white) with a mesh upper and custom Supreme logo TPU fingers at the sides, raised TPU logos at the tongue and heel, a TPU toe cap and suede side and heel panels, making for a handsome design that stays true to the original.
What’s more, thanks to an ultra-spongy polyurethane foam midsole and a Tuned Air cushioned rubber outsole and TPU shank plate, these are set to be some of the more comfortable Nike x Supreme trainers yet (if you ever tried on a pair of Uptempos then you’ll know that comfort hasn’t always been a focal point of the partnership).
The weather forecast might not be looking so great for the rest of October, but these kicks will certainly put some spring in your step.