passed on everything again this week. why they put a red box logo on that tan d&d cap is beyond me. if the logo matched the hat like the navy does it woulda been 10x better.
all that's left that i really want is the m51 in camo. sick jacket. i got a feeling a lot of people will be hating that back graphic but that shit is gonz art! supreme keeping itself a skate brand (dont even get me started on them releasing an af1). im sure most of the haters
a) dont know who mark gonzales is, or how important that guy is to skateboarding. kickflipping EMB aka gonz gap was a huge moment in skateboard history.
b) don't even skateboard; like most lames that gush over this brand.
Quit fucking whining b. You're trying to justify why you're buying something to "lames that gush over this brand".
No, I don't skateboard but I don't see a test I need to pass to cop a shirt, hat, jacket, shorts, or anything else. Might as well start stalking kids who buy Roshes and Free Runs to see if they're using 'em right. You have to be able to dunk to buy Jordans. You have to be a 40 year old wife or husband to buy Old Navy. You better be athletic as fuck to cop a pair of Nikes.
you're just mad cause you can't even ollie while wearing a skate brand, you fucking herb. Nike pertain to about 100 different sports so using them as a comparison to supreme is pointless. there is no test you need to pass to wear supreme if you don't skate, you're just a poser. it's that simple. poser.
Get over yourself...most of Supreme's collabs have NOTHING to do w/ skating at all. Kate Moss, Lou Reed, Three 6 Mafia, TNF, CDG, and the list goes on. Yes, it started as a skate brand, it's obviously much more than that now. Most skate brands don't make pea coats and trench coats, it's a mix of all menswear, skate shop, "streetwear" etc... 90s nostalgia w/ a hardcore twist. If Jebbia wanted it to remain purely a skate brand it wouldn't be as successful as it is today.
Now if you're wearing Supreme x Independent shit and you don't skate thats another story but it's plain as day that Supreme is more than just a skate brand, and if they were, they would still be printing only hoodies and tees instead of metal combs, collabs w/ Dip Set, and $500+ jackets.