December 17, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 0
“We were getting away from the traditional . . . I saw that the end of an era was happening”.
Chad Muska: OG skate veteran; visionary. Muska linked up with Angel Cabada after he parted ways with Circa in 2005, and what was to come was not just another signature skate line or a moment in the sun a la Vision or Airwalk, but rather, a distinct perspective on a revolution in footwear. Comfortably crossing between skate and lifestyle niches, Supra is aptly described by Sneaker Freaker editor Woody as a “new breed of sneaker that jammed fashion, skate, and street together in a way that had no precedence or right to work.” This new book just six years in demonstrates both the brand’s ascension and how much more aware of ourselves and our pasts we might be in this rapidly evolving world. This book detailing every single release including numerous notable collaborations is a great Christmas gift for Supra‘s many fans and available now straight from the source.