Supreme dropped its latest limited-edition New Jordans 2016 sneaker collab yesterday, and as expected, the shoes sold out just seconds after they appeared. But before readers venture to the aftermarket to pick up a pair, you should know that there will be one last chance to get the kicks at retail. Using one of Nike's boldest '90s basketball kicks as its canvas, Supreme has revamped the Air More Uptempo's traditional "AIR" branding with — what else? — "SUPREME" branding that wraps from the outer to the inner panel of the shoe. this collection will feature three styles: red/white, black and metallic gold. The red/white makeup boasts Supreme's signature shades and is also reminiscent of the Chicago Bulls colors worn by former NBA player Scottie Pippen, who helped make this pair famous in the '90s.
The classic Jordans 2017 sneakers incorporates nubuck uppers along with custom leather, as well as the inconspicuous embossed Supreme branding on the sides. Finishing touches include the iconic three Air-Sole units and elastic gores featured across the tongues of the sneakers. The sneakers come in gold, red, and black colorways, and are made with nubuck and custom leather for the ultimate clean look. It also boasts engraved Supreme branding wrapped around the shoe. Three colorways of the Supreme Nike Air More Uptempo has been spotted. Dressed in either Triple Black, Red and White or Gold and White.
Cheap Jordans 2017, The red/white and black sneakers in this limited-edition range feature nubuck uppers with custom leather Supreme branding and reflective piping, while the gold style features an all-leather upper. Mesh tongues offer ventilation, while elastic straps add extra support and a full-length Air unit cushions the ride. Elsewhere in the collection, a black style pays homage to an original Air More Uptempo colorway, while the metallic gold look is uncharted territory for the classic hoops sneaker. The Supreme x Nike Air More Uptempo Collection will include pairs that come in Triple Black, Metallic Gold and Red/White. The standout feature on all three pairs is the branding. Instead of the usual "AIR" branding on the paneling, these versions of the Air More Uptempo come with "SUPREME" branding wrapped all over the shoe. Adding to the collaborative feel of the shoe is the co-branded insoles and reflective accents throughout the upper.