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Supreme®/Nike® Air Max Plus. 10/15/2020 Supreme has worked with Nike on a new version of the Air Max Plus, along with a Running Hat. The shoe features a mesh upper with custom logo TPU fingers at sides, raised TPU logos at tongue and heel, TPU toe cap, suede side and heel panels, polyurethane foam midsole, Tuned Air cushioning rubber outsole with TPU shank plate, mesh tongue with reflective panels and co-branded footbed. The Running Hat features Dri-FIT featherlight fabric with printed logo side panels, raised rubber logo at front, embroidered logo on back and reflective printed logos on adjustable strap. Made exclusively for Supreme, the Air Max Plus and Running Hat will be offered in three color ways. Available October 15th. Available in Japan October 17th. *White color way available November.
Model: Air Max Plus
Key Features: The shoe features a mesh upper, suede side and heel panels, custom TPU fingers at the side, a raised TPU logo on the tongue and heel, a mesh tongue with reflective panels, and a co-branded footbed. The new collab also features a small "TN" badge which is visible on the heel.
Release Date: October 15, and October 17 in Japan (Supreme release), October 22 (Nike SNKRS). The white colorway is dropping on November 1.
Editor’s Notes: Following a teaser in Tokyo-based publication Them Magazine earlier this year, Supreme have now confirmed an upcoming collaboration with Nike that will see the Air Max Plus released in three new colorways: white, black/red, and green/red. The all-black version seen in the magazine is not accounted for.
In addition to the sneakers, the drop will include a new running hat made from Dri-FIT featherlight fabrics with a raised rubber logo on the front, embroidered logo on the side, and a reflective printed logo on the back with adjustable straps.
Designed by Sean McDowell and first released in 1998, the TN still remains a popular cult sneaker for the Swoosh. London, in particular, has a long-standing love affair with the model, which was adopted by its early '00s garage scene.
Supreme’s version was released on Supreme’s site last week and will be available again on Nike SNKRS, as is customary with Nike x Supreme collaborations.
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