Nike and Supreme are two of the biggest names in fashion, finding ways to engage the general public with lasting designs that speak to the heart of contemporary street culture. When two such names join creative forces, a cordial clash between two cliques ensues, resulting in a metaphoric smoke screen of hype. We experienced such a dynamic earlier this year when both sides converged on a pair of tonal Air Force 1 silhouettes. The dynamic duo have cooked up another collaborative concoction, this time taking aim at the Air Max Plus.
Upon first glance, its clean white finish with subtle pops of red seem rather simple enough, however, the throwback runners make use of intricate design details that seemingly blend in to its base. The model’s signature plastic overlay that sits overtop its synthetic fabrication has been repurposed to the word Supreme, which surfaces in a decorative flowy font. Complimenting the stately red Swoosh and infamous box logo is a yellow TN badge gracing the heel. Furthermore, a like-themed racing cap will accompany the eye-catching sneakers.