After taking an official look at this red and white Supreme x Nike Air More Uptempo earlier in the week, we can now get up close with the coveted gold iteration of the sneaker.

The kicks arrive in all their iridescent glory, with the usual AIR branding superseded by leather "SUP" panels on the medial and lateral sides, along with perforated holes for breathability. A chunky, incline midsole is accented with red Swoosh branding and Max Air units, while the toe box and outsole also include the famous Nike logo. As far as in your face sneakers go, it doesn't get much louder than this.

Previously, the shoes have been spotted on the feet of basketball player Derrick Jones Jr and soccer player Neymar Jr. — two of Nike's biggest endorsement stars.

That was back in February, but now a public release date has been mooted for the end of the month. A pair surfaced at Flight Club for a whopping $3,000, but you can expect to pay around $180 at retail.

Will you be copping or dropping? Let us know in the comments.

If you can't wait until then, here's the 29 best sneakers releasing this weekend.

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