Brand: Supreme x Timberland

Key Pieces: A highlight of the collection is the quintessentially '90s denim painter pants. The loose-fit denim trousers feature a workwear-inspired double knee design, and embroidered co-branding on the back pocket.

Release Date: May 13, 11 AM EDT in the United States and May 15, 11 AM JST in Japan.

Buy: Supreme 

Editor’s Notes: Supreme's last Timberland collaboration wasn't the best and they seem to have got the memo. There are no branded boots in this drop, and for that we're grateful. Instead, the two New York stalwarts — both now owned by VF Corp — have delivered a solid, and much less offensive retro-inspired selection. Kangaroo pouch anoraks arrive in vibrant orange and purple colorways, as well as muted cream and black iterations.

Each anorak bears an embroidered  Supreme logo below an oversized Timberland tree logo on the back. The corresponding track pants arrive in the same four colorways, and also feature 3M reflective striping, zipper elements, and adjustable toggles.

The drop also features ’90s-inspired Crewnecks in black, red, navy and cream options, alongside a Camp Cap and Beanie.

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