Supra has unveiled their latest premier model, the new Supra The Magazine. Joining Lil Wayne’s SPECTRE collection, these new high tops offer up a unique appearance to go along with premium performance on the ramp. Intended to show out at any skate park and everywhere in between, the Supra The Magazine was designed to have a clean look with razor blade lines that work anywhere. Folding up into a full clip, the angular aesthetics include innovative technology for shock absorption, extra foot support, and heat insulation. Supra’s latest is rolled out in two contrasting colorways, including a black suede version and a black/grey nubuck makeup. The black oiled suede upper is subtle with red and white accents, while the louder rendition features snakeskin embossed leather with pink and white detailing and a speckled midsole. Get a look at the two style codes below, and watch for them to release with a third bold red pair for Spring 2014. Tell us what you think of The Magazine with your feedback, and keep pushing to Nice Kicks for all of your sneaker news and information.
The latest Supra release features a rampage of red, making for a fiery rendition of an already unique design. The Supra Falcon “All-Red” takes the breakthrough mold and drowns it in the solid tone throughout. Featuring a full grain upper and waxed laces, this mid-top is designed for skating, but styled for the streets. A unique overlay provides heel and midfoot padding, while a thick tongue maintains the design. Drenched in red throughout with zero contrasting elements, these Supra Falcons are a can’t miss. Gear up for the upcoming Spring and grab a pair of these padded reds today at Feature.
The subtle Supra Hammer is now available in a simplistic Black/Grey style code. This rendition of the brand’s low-top leader is composed of black suede on the toe box and heel clip, with a durable canvas panel in between on the midfoot. White soles and a tongue tag add contrast, while a grey striped midsole and inner lining makes contributes a third hue. A grey and white Supra hanging tab adds branding, while a gum outsole makes the model durable. Tell us if you like these classy Hammers in the feedback box, and grab a pair today from Flatspot.
World-renowned DJ Samantha Ronson puts her own spin on the Supra Skytop II with the “Samikaze” style. Distinguished by a red, black and white color palette, this pair plays off the “Kamikaze’s Revenge” colorways of previous Skytop drops. A checkerboard pattern replaces that of striping on this serving, with premium materials remaining intact. Check out detailed images of the Samantha Ronson x Supra Skytop II “Samikaze” below and look for these to launch exclusively through Factory 413 locations and Supra retailers starting February 1st.
Just as integral as the aesthetic aspect of a sneaker, the inspiration behind any design plays a decisive part in the creative process, as evidenced by the Supra Skytop IV. The shoe’s design origins are detailed in the video up top. Following the designers of the silhouette, Chad Muska and Josh Brubaker, we get an inside look at the creation and manufacturing of the sneaker, while the duo drops knowledge on the key details that were included in constructing the model. Press play on the clip above to peep the 4-minute video on the new Supra Skytop IV.
Styling with a low-cut profile, the Supra Hammer Burgundy/White has arrived at retailers dressed for the holidays. Set largely in suede with sections of canvas, this Hammer colorway goes for burgundy as the predominant hue, helped out by a tan inner lining. White finds its place on the midsole and tongue branding, completing the kick’s casual theme. Look for them now at Lost Art, where this Supra Hammer is available for £65 (~$106).
The go-to tone of the year appears in robust fashion on the latest offering of the Supra Skytop IV. Dressed in red suede, the holiday version of the Skytop IV features a removable shroud that wraps around the ankles and collar for added range of wear and depth. A ribbed tongue bares styling similar to the shroud, while padded mesh lining caters to comfort. SUPRAFOAM is featured in the midsole, playing to the performance side of this high-fashion design by Chad Muska. Look for this all-red Supra Skytop IV to launch on December 24th at Supra.
Jim Greco keeps it scaly and skate-ready on the SUPRA Hammer Snake. Embossed snakeskin leather rounds out the low profile upper, taking to a muted, black tone. SUPRAFOAM makes up the midsole, offering lightweight cushioning that still provides support and impact protection. Look for the SUPRA Hammer Snake at preferred ‘Crown Coalition’ Supra accounts worldwide.