Here's a First Look at the Supreme x Nike Air Max 96 "Camo" Collaboration

The NYC-based streetwear imprint reimagines the classic silhouette with transparent windows.

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Each season, Supreme takes on a wide array of collaborative projects, but perhaps the ones that arguably generate the most excitement are its initiatives with Nike. The two parties kicked off the year with a Nike SB Dunk Low collection that paid homage to its highly-revered range form 2003, and now both brands will be rolling out this Air Max 96 “Camo” colorway. Images of this iteration have surfaced hot off the heels of the assortment’s “Black” colorway.

Like its release counterpart this rendition is also bereft of any puffy mesh paneling usually seen on the ‘96 silhouette, and instead shows off transparent windows throughout its side walls and on its toe boxes. Leather overlays on the lateral and medial panels as well as on the heels purloin most of the attention here as they are dressed with “Dark Army” camouflage patterns. Branding is present on the heels and atop the tongues, the former of which shows off a silver banner while the latter makes use of a box logo and the NYC imprint’s moniker spelled out in repeating fashion towards the top its olive hued throat. Insoles are also decorated with an oversized “Supreme” hit that runs its length. More “Speed Red” applications are seen on the Swooshes that land towards the rear. Midsoles elect to go with a muted green tone and come mated with all-black treading.

Check out a first look here above, and expect these to release sometime within the upcoming months.

For other footwear news, Aleali May and Jordan Brand have officially revealed her “Califia” collection.

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