Just like I did last month, and even if Supra seems to have quieted down with the launch of new pack of sneakers, here is a quick summary of the models that have been released last month and I would purchase if I had the money to buy them all.
Skylow 2 “Vintage”
As I said before, even if not a fan of them, those are pretty fine for summer time with their old-school look made of vintage blue suede and blue canvas upper with an orange pinstripe on the sole.
Skytop III “Native”
First appeared as part of a promo pack to promote Supra’s Facebook, but now available for any consummer that fell in love like me with the use of blue (navy), white and red (cherry) on the same shoes!
Those Pilot are part of the same pack as the aforementioned Skytop 3, a pack whose name could have been inspired by the Atlanta baseball team named Braves.
And just like their “team mates”, they’re made up of a new super-smooth Lux suede, a material described as less nappy than nubuck for an almost waxy appearance.
Skytop III “Block pack”
The Block pack is a navy/white and black/white duo of Skytop 3 equipped with a new coated canvas TUF upper, a lightweight yet durable material that seems perfect to make your shoes resists your skateboard’s grip even when you go H.A.M.
And as I couldn’t leave you without showing some new stuff, here we go:
Let’s start with a teaser picture of a not-yet-released Skytop 3 colorway: black canvas TUF upper/purple accent/translucid sole.
A new teaser for the S1W, the Stevie Williams pro model, whose launch should come sooner than expected.
And talking novelty, is anyone still waiting for the Weezy x Supra collaboration to drop? Will they be the Pistol said to be unveiled at Agenda?
We mentioned the Skytop 2, but when will Supra bring out the seemingly inevitable Skylow 3 since we’ve seen low top versions for each of Chad Muska’s pro models?
All I know is that a new model no one was expecting is coming: the Falcon!
Yes, Josh Brubaker is an artist, there’s no denying!