Supreme Is Officially Dropping a Collaborative Nike SB Air Force 2

“World famous.”

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As rumors continue to build about Supreme’s collaborations for this season, as well as exactly when they’re dropping, the brand has now released images of its latest Nike SB collab. The four-sneaker pack sees the brand take on the Air Force 2 silhouette, with dark brown, yellow, orange and light blue colorways. Other new touches include Supreme’s classic red branding across the insole, the words “World Famous” on the heel of the shoe, and dual branding on the tongue and an accompanying tag. The sneaker comes with a premium leather upper and a perforated patent leather quarter panel.

The sneaker is set to release as part of this Thursday’s Supreme drop, hitting the brand’s New York, Los Angeles, London and Paris locations as well as the web store on September 7, before dropping in Japan on September 9. Retail for the collaboration is set at $98 USD. Supreme has also released a new video directed by Manuel Schenck — which you can watch below — to accompany the unveiling of the Air Force 2.

To get you in the mood for this weeks drop, refresh your memory of what went down at the most recent London drop, which included the sake set and this season Doc Martens collaboration.

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