Your first look at the Supreme x Nike spring/summer 2020

Posted: 21 November 2019 11:18 am


Image: Instagram user supreme_leaks_news

This is everything you need to know about the new Nike x Supreme sneaker collaboration coming in spring 2020.

Supreme is one of the coolest streetwear brands on the market, so it makes complete sense for Nike to collaborate. And it's actually not the first time. Just this year, the two dropped a summer 2019 fashion collection and the SB Dunk Lows.

Nike and Supreme are now working on the Air Cross Trainer 3 Low – and it's not a sneaker silhouette that we see often. This drop is definitely not expected as this style of shoe hasn't been seen in well over a decade! Rumour has it you won't be able to shop until spring 2020, meaning it will be autumn for us in the southern hemisphere. In the meantime, this is your first look at the statement sneakers.

Firstly, the Air Cross Trainer 3 Low is getting dressed in "White/Pine Green/University Gold". It looks very retro, while still making a statement. You've got standard Supreme branding on the heel, along with a smooth leather upper, distributed into panels.

The other one takes on a Gucci vibe and we are obsessed. The colourway is "Black/Gorge Green/University Red", boasting a full leather upper of smooth panels. The re-occurring theme seems to be the bold colour-blocking accents, layered on top of one another. You can still expect to see the Supreme logo on the heel, so everybody knows what brand you're wearing.

For more, you can check out our dedicated Nike hub. It's where you can find all the latest news, release dates and a list of deals.


Images: Instagram user supreme_hustle

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