Here's a Closer Look at the Supreme x Nike Air More Uptempo

The wait is over.

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No more teasers, no more previews; the collaborative Air More Uptempo silhouette from Supreme and Nike is finally dropping. Over time we’ve seen a carefully crafted selection of influencers help drive the hype of the model from Odell Beckham Jr., A$AP Bari and many others. This time around we got our hands on all three colorways of the attention-commanding mashup from the two-headed monster. Attention to detail is key as Supreme’s “World Famous” branding is found on each laces’ aglets along with co-branding found on each insole. The main attraction is the word swapping of the expected “AIR” found on each lateral and medial side with the word Supreme which wraps around each entire shoe — a rare opportunity within the Nike realm.

Displayed in colorway options of Gold/White, Red/White and Triple Black, take a look at the imagery above and let us know which iterations stands out to you the most.

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