Supreme's Wackiest Footwear Colabs
A fresh new Supreme drop always commands long lines, but even lengthier than that is their list of collaborations. Ever since their establishment in 1994 they’ve joined forces with plenty of brands and artists, from industry figureheads like Nike and Vans to hentai artist Toshio Maeda and even director David Lynch!
Although their collaborative catalogue is large and always sells out quickly, Supreme are known to engage in some pretty wacky and weird linkups. Check them out below!
Supreme x Nike Air Max 96
Translucent panels on sneakers can only lead to one thing – wearers rocking them without socks showing off their bare stinky feet, fogging up the shoe! Hitting shelves on May 6, 2021 the Supreme x Nike Air Max 96 pairing was quite unexpected and the translucent panels made them too offbeat for some. Because of that, you can cop them now for pretty cheap on the secondary market.
Supreme x Clarks Originals Wallabees Fall 2021
September of 2021 saw Supreme collaborate with Clarks for the umpteenth time, creating another stack of Wallabees. In the classic Supreme way, they didn’t leave them in their conventional style, introducing a woven frontal section, perfect for fans of daring footwear! Judging from their other collaborations from 2021, like the above Air Max 96, the New York skate brand thought everyone should have had their toes on show last year.
Supreme x Nike Air Max Goadome
The Supreme x Nike Air Max Goadome released back in January of 2021 and was more so surprising than wacky. The definition of a security guard boot, the Air Max Goadome was doused in snakeskin, adding a luxury touch to a tough silhouette. Can you imagine a staunch security guard coming to bust a bunch of vandals and rocking up in these?
Supreme x Vans ‘Blood and Semen’ Collection
Just the name ‘Blood and Semen’ for the 2017 Supreme x Vans collection was enough to call it wacky. At first, we were unsure how or why these two bodily fluids converged on three Vans’ silhouettes, until we heard that transgressive artist Andres Serrano was involved. Despite its artistic integrity, that name just leaves us with an unsettling feeling in our stomach.
Supreme x Nike Zoom Streak Spectrum Plus
Supreme's collaborative Nike Zoom Streak Spectrum Plus surfaced mid-2018 and received its debut in the following months. We dug it but the wackiest thing is that it didn't stray too far from the OG 2003 iteration, with a similar flame graphic and colour-blocking. It did satisfy both OG and new sneakerheads alike!