Supreme’s accessories line has become a bit of a running joke in the streetwear scene. Season after season, the legendary NYC brand pumps out increasingly bizarre products draped in its iconic Box Logo, and season after season, legions of fans swoop in and cop them in an instant.
For the FW16 season, Supreme’s got all the usual accessories — belts, scarves, pin badges etc. — as well as a bevy of branded novelties like a hot water bottle, Asian soup bowl, motorbike helmet and, most ridiculous of all, an actual brick (see here for some possible reasons behind the Supreme brick).
If you’re after some of these lifestyle products, but don’t fancy one covered in a Box Logo, then fear not. What Drops Now, Highsnobiety‘s dedicated shopping channel, has compiled a selection of alternative Supreme pieces. They’re basically Supreme pieces, but minus the Box Logo. Unsurprisingly, most of them cost a fraction of the price.
Below is a selection of non-Bogo branded ’Preme novelties — head over to What Drops Now to shop the collection in full.
Is it still lit if it doesn’t come with a Bogo on it? It’s a Zippo, though, so it will literally be lit, but will it be lit, as in Travis Scott-levels of lit? I’ll stop now.
Ideal for lighting up a skate spot at night, or, more realistically, keeping you illuminated when camping out at 5am to cop a $400 jacket.
Speaking of campouts, get some high-fidelity portable tunes on the go, courtesy of luxe audio company Bang & Olufsen (aka B&O). We’re sorry to say that this one doesn’t come with a Bogo, though.
Chow down on some ramen in (almost) the most hyped way possible.
What’s the point in purple camo, exactly? Keeping disguised when swimming in lean? Anyways, OG militarywear label Rothco has you covered for your cargo pants if you missed out on the ’Preme ones. They also make the camo longsleeves Kanye used as the YEEZY Season 2 invites, FYI.
Takes notes with military efficiency.
Much like the Jesus piece from a few seasons back, you can cop an alternate version of ’Preme’s pendant easily.
By the way, take a look at what these Box Logo fanatics wore to the launch of the Supreme x Nike SB sneakers the other day.