Supreme's ongoing Nike collaboration started in 2002 and has been delivering seasonal sneaker releases since then, including silhouettes like the Air Force 1 High, Foamposite, and Air Max 98.

Now, photoshop whiz Hayden Dore has conceptualized four Supreme x Nike sneaker collaborations that feature some of the brand’s most iconic prints.

The highlight is clearly an Air Max 97 that Dore has outfitted in an almost all-white colorway with hints of the Supreme Brooklyn box logo camo. This design could have been the perfect way to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the iconic silhouette while simultaneously opening Supreme’s new Brooklyn store.

Other prints include Mark Gonzales’ “SUPREAM” butterfly print on an Nike Air VaporMax, a pair of “By Any Means Necessary” Air Force 1s, and “Bandana” Prestos.

Next, take a look at the Supreme & Independent fall collection dropping November 16.

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