Deathwish x Supra Suprano High – Jim Greco Pro Model – New Images

March 7, 2009 BY

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Supra Suprano High - Jim Greco Pro Model - Deathwish

A few weeks back, we showed you a preview of the Deathwish x Supra Suprano High model, but now we have some new images for you. Like Erik Ellington, Jim Greco rides for both Supra and Deathwish skateboards, so it’s only right that his Suprano High Pro Model gets the Deathwish treatment as well. This colorway is almost entirely monochromatic, with a nice rich red hue covering everything from the upper, to the midsole, to the laces. Subtle black accents can be found on the tongue label, lining and the large Deathwish logo that wraps around the ankle section of the upper heel. Aside from the juicy color scheme, the standout feature of the Suprano High is its removable hook and loop strap, providing the type of fashionable touch that Supra is becoming well known for.

Supra Suprano High - Jim Greco Pro Model - Deathwish

Supra Suprano High - Jim Greco Pro Model - Deathwish

Supra Suprano High - Jim Greco Pro Model - Deathwish

Supra Suprano High - Jim Greco Pro Model - Deathwish

Supra Suprano High - Jim Greco Pro Model - Deathwish

Supra Suprano High - Jim Greco Pro Model - Deathwish

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