News of Supreme‘s trio of the Nike Air Max Plus first made their rounds on the Internet back in February. Since then, the streetwear institution has dropped a controversial Air Force 1 duo and been linked to upcoming, once Wale-endorsed Nike boots and other NIKE, Inc. options. Most recently, however, the James Jebbia-founded brand has unofficially shared a look at its “University Red/Varsity Maize” Tuned Air collaboration.
This upcoming iteration of the beloved ’98 silhouette indulges in a black and scarlet palette. Mesh bases clad in the former set the stage for the accents dipped in the latter, which feature a fluorescent-like finish. Palm tree-inspired TPU overlays go from vibrant red to hot pink the closer they are to the midsole; profile swooshes borrow the “Tn AIR” badge’s signature yellow hue. By comparison, Supreme’s branding on the tongue favors an understated, black/white arrangement; insoles are stamped with the brand’s most iconic box logo. Sole units round out the pair in a predominantly black color scheme complemented by a “University Red” midfoot shank and Air Max units.
Enjoy a first-look at Supreme’s Air Max Plus “University Red” here below. This pair, just as accompanying “Hyper Grape/Varsity Maize” and “Black/Black” versions, are rumored to launch throughout fall.
For more from the Swoosh, check out the latest pairs of the fairly-novel ISPA OverReact.
Supreme x Nike Air Max Plus
Release Date: Fall 2020
Color: University Red/Varsity Maize
Style Code: DA1472-600
Color: Hyper Grape/Varsity Maize
Make sure to follow @kicksfinder for live tweets during the release date.
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