Supreme Sneaker Collaborations

SUPREME is a streetwear clothing label started by James Jebbia in 1994. Its first location was on Lafayette Street in New York City's famed SoHo district, located at the heart of the downtown neighborhood's shopping hub. Jebbia was raised in the U.K., but was actually born in the U.S.; he returned to the states in 1983 and later found work at Parachute skateshop. From 1991 to 1994, Jebbia was store manager of Stussy.

In 1994, Supreme opened its doors. While serving as a skate-shop retail space, Supreme was also designed like a minimalist art gallery, displaying skateboard decks on the wall as if they were priceless paintings. The amount of product on display was very scarce, giving off the illusion of items always being low in stock. Supreme's mix of art, hip-hop, and skate was highly appealing to the Japanese market, so much so that he was convinced to open several chapter stores in the country. Other locations in Los Angeles, London, Paris, and Brooklyn followed – all emulating the aesthetic of the original Lafayette St. location.

Supreme is most known for its “box logo” items, and their t-shirts/hoodies/crew-necks continue to be the most in-demand products every season. However, their seasonal collection is very extensive, offering all different types of apparel and footwear. Supreme is also notorious for their random accessories of all prices ranges, from inexpensive ash-trays to Fender Stratocaster guitars.

The most well-known Supreme collaborations on the fashion end include Nike (such as the Supreme SB Dunks), Jordan (such as the Supreme Jordan 5), Comme des Garcons, The North Face, Stone Island, and Vans. However, its most ground-breaking collaboration came in 2017 as the label worked with French fashion house Louis Vuitton for a full capsule of leather goods and apparel; today, it is considered to be among the most coveted streetwear items in history.

In the world of sneakers, Supreme stands as one of the most eye-catching collaborators and is unmatched in terms of its ability to demand attention. Some of its more recent collaborations include the Supreme Jordan 14 and Supreme SB Dunk. Starting in 2020, they offered a seasonal staple in the form of a Supreme Air Force 1 that simple features the small red logo on the heel.

Supreme Sneaker Collaborations

Supreme’s Unreleased Purple Nike SB Dunk Low Is Up For Auction

Samples aren’t rare within the world of sneakers, but few warrant the response as Supreme‘s discarded, unreleased products. Recently, luxury auction house Sotheby’s revealed that...

By Jovani Hernandez December 6, 2023

Supreme Transforms The Nike Air Darwin Low Into A Skate Shoe

UPDATE November 7th, 2023: Photos of the “Volt” colorway have been added. — Supreme and the Nike SB banner are more than familiar with one...

By Jared Ebanks October 14, 2023

Supreme Is Bringing Back The Notorious Nike Courtposite From 2002

Updated October 16th, 2023: Supreme announces an October 19th release date for their Nike Courtposite collaboration (10/21 in Asia). Official lookbook images have also been...

By Sneaker News August 28, 2023

Supreme Confirms August 31st Release For Nike SB Dunk “Rammellzee” Collaboration

Updated August 29th, 2023: Supreme confirms the August 31st release date for their Rammellzee x Nike SB Dunk project. Japan/Seoul locations will release in-store on...

By Sneaker News August 26, 2023

Supreme x Nike Air Force 1 “Baroque Brown” Confirmed For Fall/Winter 2023

Updated November 2nd, 2023: Supreme announces a November 2nd release date for their Air Force 1 Low “Baroque Brown”. The shoes are available here. –...

By Michael Le August 14, 2023

Supreme Is Printing Money With Its Latest Vans Collaborative Capsule

Still among the leaders of sneaker collaborators, Supreme is ready to introduce its seasonal offering in tandem with skate-lifestyle brand Vans. And given the sheer...

By Sneaker News May 30, 2023

Supreme Wraps The Clarks Wallabee In Cowboy Boot Reminiscent Appliqué

Supreme is a friend not just to Nike and Vans but the footwear industry as a whole. Clarks, for example, is a longtime partner of...

By Michael Le May 9, 2023

Supreme x Nike SB Dunk High And Low Confirmed For 2023

Regardless of your opinions of Supreme — whether you think the brand is “dead” or not — the streetwear label has certainly maintained quite the...

By Michael Le March 6, 2023

The Supreme x Nike Air Bakin Officially Releases On March 2nd

Confirmed back in January — and first revealed only a few days ago — the Supreme x Nike Air Bakin is among one of the...

By Michael Le February 27, 2023