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The Supreme drop list is a weekly ritual for diehard box logo fanatics. Every Thursday, Supreme releases a fresh batch of hysteria-inducing gear via its online store and IRL flagships (Japan gets the goods on Saturdays, btw). However, the brand doesn’t actually say what’s coming (hey, nobody said buying hyped streetwear was easy).

Each week though, insider sources manage to get hold of a Supreme drop list, detailing everything that’s releasing each coming Thursday. To help out the many die-hard box logo fans out there, we’re bringing the Supreme drop list to light — making it easier than ever to get your hands on the week’s must-have pieces.

While these lists are usually reliable, it’s by no means 100 percent accurate, so don’t say we didn’t warn you. So, what will Supreme release today? Read on to find out.

Supreme Drop List for April 18, 2019

Supreme®/Raiders®/’47 Brand® Embroidered Harrington Jacket — $298 / £278 / €298

Supreme®/Raiders®/’47 Brand® Denim Vest — $158 / £138 / €158

Ripstop Hooded Pullover — $158 / £138 / €158

Star Zip Up Sweatshirt — $148 / £138 / €158

Classic Ad Hooded Sweatshirt — $148 / £138 / €148

Supreme®/Raiders®/’47 Brand® Thermal — $110 / £89 / €110

Vines Rayon Shirt — $138 / £118 / €138

Reaper Rayon S/S Shirt — $158 / £138 / €158

Highest Standard Athletic S/S Top — $88 / £78 / €88

Overdyed Tee — $58 / £49 / €58

Supreme®/Raiders®/’47 Brand® Embroidered Chino Pant — $248 / £228 / €248

Nylon Ripstop Pant — $128 / £109 / €128

2-Tone Camp Cap — $54 / £48 / €56

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Contrast Stitch Crusher — $58 / £52 / €60

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Side Logo Camp Cap — $54 / £50 / €56

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Supreme®/Hot Wheels™ Fleet Flyer + 1992 BMW M3 — $30 / £26 / €30

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If you want a deeper dive into Supreme, watch the video below.

If you’ve not had luck on the drop, you can always try a reseller like Stadium Goods. For more Supreme shopping tips, here’s how to cop stuff quickly via the brand’s online store.

Words by Alec Leach
Digital Fashion Editor

Alec Leach grew up in Brighton, England, but now lives in Berlin, where he leads Highsnobiety's digital fashion content.

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