A First Look at the Supreme x Nike Air Humara Collection

Four colors for the ’90s runner look.

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After unveiling Supreme’s latest The North Face Fall 2017 collaboration, we recently received a full look at the upcoming Supreme x Nike Fall/Winter 2017 footwear collection.

Digging into Nike’s archive once again, the powerhouse collaboration is centered around a ’90s trail runner: the Air Humara. Featuring three distinct neon colorways and an all-black look, the Air Humara 2017 is an update on Peter Fogg’s outdoor-ready sneaker originally released in 1998 equipped with Supreme branding and 3M reflective hits. Additionally, the two collaborated on an accompanying apparel collection that will be comprised of track jackets, track pants and running caps also done up in the colorways found in the footwear range.

Take a full look at Supreme x Nike Fall/Winter 2017 footwear collection above and let us know what you think. Also, check out our recent talk with The North Face’s former vice president of global creative to learn more about the brand’s collaborations with Supreme, CDG and more.

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