Two months on since the news first broke, we can now take a first official look at the Supreme x Nike Air More "Suptempo."

The image comes courtesy of esteemed Japanese kicks magazine FOOT MASTER. Arriving in Supreme's signature red and white colorway, the sneaker sees the usual AIR branding superseded by SUP text on the medial and lateral sides along with perforated holes for breathability. Additional details include a midsole air unit, web lacing system and bogo insole branding.

Always ahead of the curve, it looks to be the exact same pair that VLONE co-owner A$AP Bari shared back in January.

Images of the sneaker have been percolating online for a while, with lucky celebrities such as Neymar, Derrick Jones Jr. joining Bari in rocking pre-release pairs.

Currently, there's no further word as to when these will release, but it looks as if the roll-out is not far from getting underway.

Now check out the latest chapter in Supreme's annual collection with The North Face.

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