Immediately after teaming up with Nike SB for a pair of faux snakeskin Blazer Mids last week, Supreme is back with an apparel collection to match. This team, they’ve teamed up with Nike ACG to bring you some outdoor goods for your next hike.
The Fall 2022 collection is rather expansive, as it encapsulates tops, bottoms and accessories. Supreme and Nike have chosen to not only stick to the denim theme that was used on the Blazers, but also the faux snakeskin pattern. Included in the selection are a Denim Pullover, Fleece Pullover, Pant, Short, Jersey, Short-Sleeve Top and 6-Panel Cap.
Like all ACG gear, the incorporation of weather repellant and resistant materials takes center stage. The Denim Pullover, Belted Denim Pant and Denim 6-Panel all feature water resistant Cordura cotton denim. The Denim pullover in blue doesn’t include the snakeskin print however.
The Fleece Pullover feature polar fleece with nylon ripstop panels. You will notice padding along the shoulder and a built-in neck gator (not for everyone). The Nylon Trail Short is made with water resistance nylon and uses a drawstring closure for a belt.
Finally, the Jersey feature poly DRI-FIT jersey material and the ACG Grid Tee is made from cotton jersey material. With a turtleneck style on the jersey, it might not be for everyone. Also, DRI-FIT runs pretty tight and on the skin, so I personally like to size up on it if you want a looser fit. The tee graphic looks like an aerial view of Central Park which is pretty dope.
Supreme has opted to go with black, brown and light denim blue on the tops, bottoms and headwear. The long-sleeve Jersey comes in black, neon yellow/pink, and an orange/blue combination. The Tee will drop in 5 colors: Black, blue, orange, neon and white.
How to cop
Customers in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco don’t have to sign up for a chance to purchase products in-store at Supreme and Dover Street Market this week. Thursday, September 15 will be release day, both in-store and online at supremenewyork.com. A Japanese release will follow on September 17.
Remember to follow local health and safety measures at each location. Supreme will only accept cash and credit cards. They warn against selling, trading, and loitering outside of the store and will ban violators from future releases.
In related news, take a look back at what Supreme and Nike offered for Spring 2022. Anything you regret not copping?
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