Your first look at the Supreme x Vans SK8-Hi Pro FW19 collection

Posted: 9 October 2019 10:52 am
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Vans x Supreme

The latest collaboration by the duo comes in three cheeky new designs that you can shop soon.

No strangers to collaborations, streetwear brands Vans and Supreme have teamed up once again for a new collection. Based on the iconic Vans SK8-Hi silhouette, the labels are set to release three new iterations of the favourite sneaker in the coming weeks.

With a US release date scheduled for 10 October, we'll likely be seeing the kicks arrive here in Australia not long after. When they do arrive, you'll be able to shop them in three colourway options of all-black, navy and yellow and, of course, Vans' classic checkerboard print.

All three versions come in premium suede and canvas uppers and feature Supreme's cheeky "Fuck The World" graphic embroidered on the lateral in a fiery design. Leather lining and a vulcanised waffle outsole round out each style.

As with previous collaborations by the two brands, you'll be able to shop the SK8-Hi Pro FW19 collection first from both the Vans and Supreme online stores. After that, we'll likely see the line become available at usual stockists such as Platypus Shoes.

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The FW19 collection is the latest collaborative effort by the duo, which has previously released other such capsules as the Diamond Plate sneaker line. Due to the popularity of both brands, previous collaborative lines have proved to be a huge success, so you're going to have to get in quick if you want to get your hands on a pair of these new designs.

If you're looking for other Vans collections in the meantime, the brand has recently announced a completely new design called City TRL. The all-terrain kicks are unlike any silhouette we've seen from the brand before and are built for adventure activities rather than the usual streetwear.

For more sneaker news and release dates, you can check out our sneaker hub.

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