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SNS x Supra Owen “Curry”

November 14, 2012 BY / 0

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Supra continues to prove they’re not just the ’00s answer to Vision Street Wear, as the Crown brand builds more connections that make them a force to be reckoned with in the skate scene.  Ironically, their latest collabo falls just outside that purview, as the SneakersNStuff x Supra Owen ‘Curry’ gives us a premium take on their first casual running style.  Crafted in a luxurious leather upper, these add full grain details, metal eyelets and aglets, a bag full of extra laces and dual-branded smartphone case to round out Supra’s most understated and arguably complete collaborative release to date.  Click through to see how Sweeden’s Kronor connects to the Supra logo and be ready for the in-store release at select retailers around the world this Saturday, November 17th.

 

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