November 15th, 2012 by Aaron Hope
Hip-hop veteran Prodigy’s collaboration with Supra becomes less and less of a ‘Quiet Storm’ as the days go by, as two new styles influenced by Mobb Deep’s early days arrive the same week the first pair was previewed. He noted that “The inspiration for the color because back in the day [Mobb Deep's] thing was to wear a lot of camouflage,” and this rugged style translates well to a couple of Supra’s modern silhouettes. The ‘Infamous’ Supra Backwoods rock a greyscale suede camo with ballistic nylon hits, a similar material combo to the earthier Bandit we previewed yesterday, and both are available now straight from Supra (but act fast because some of the more popular Bandit sizes are already sold out).
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September 2nd, 2012 by Aaron Hope
Supra has been offering boot styles for a while now, having converted Chad Muska’s original Skytop into a rugged winterized style several years back. Models like the Henry and Douglas followed the Skyboot and now the Crown brand issues its first trail-leaning design in the Supra Backwood. Crafted in a black TUF with orange branding pointing toward the autumn season, this beefy D-ringed design proves there’s plenty of unmapped territory for Supra to explore outside their skateboarding wheelhouse. Click through to see more of the Backwood boot in black TUF, let us know how they compare to just about every other brand’s increased attention to boot releases and grab yours today from Premier.
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