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Supreme x Nike Air Max 98 TL collection release info

Another Supreme x Nike collab is inbound.

words by: Matt Peng
Oct 31, 2022

Supreme and Nike‘s longstanding partnership is something fans can look forward to every season. For Fall 2022, the duo have opted to release a new version of the Air Max 98 TL.

 

 

The collection

This season’s selection includes 4 colorways of the Air Max 98 TL. Black and white complement the brown and pink editions. Each pair of sneakers features a synthetic leather and knit mesh upper with a reflective 3M TPU overlay. This sits on top of a rubber outsole and foam midsole which houses a full-length visible Air bag. Completing the shoe is a mesh tongue and molded heel panel. As always there is a co-branded insole.

 

For this specific design, Supreme’s branding is featured in reflective 3M on the heel panel and there are additional elements of reflective material on the tongue and sides.

 

Other recent Supreme x Nike collections

This Fall 2022 season, Supreme and Nike have already released a Nike SB Blazer Mid collection as well as a Nike ACG apparel collection. Earlier this year, the two teamed up for a Nike Shox Ride 2 drop as well as a Zoom Air Flight 95 collection and Nike SB Dunk High selection.

 

Last year, for Spring/Summer 2021, they worked on a transparent Air Max 96 model and a Nike SB Dunk Low collection. And in 2020, the two brands joined up for a flaming hot Air Max Plus trio.

 

 

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, November 3 will be release day, both in-store and online at supremenewyork.com. A Japanese release will follow on November 5.

 

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.

 

Supreme has loved taking Air Max models and reworking them. Since it’s Halloween, check out some spooky sneaker collaborations from the past and see if any Nike models made the cut.

 

 

Photos via Supreme