Tyshawn Jones‘ Hardies Hardware and Supreme have joined forces for the first time, creating a compact collection of apparel, accessories and skate goods. Jones, a a two-time Thrasher Skater of the Year award winner, founded Hardies Hardware in 2015 — shortly after his star turn in Cherry, Supreme’s seminal 2014 skate film directed by William Strobeck — so the collection is a full-circle moment almost a decade in the making.
Apparel is the collection’s main focus, and the key pieces are a duo of basketball jersey-and-short sets. Available in a camo-esque mixture of browns and greens plus a cool-toned combo of blue, grey and black hues, each features a custom print that makes heavy use of Hardies signature fist graphic and boasts co-branded detailing. Besides the jerseys, there are also four different colors of a T-shirt that spotlights Olde English wordmarks and a ravenous, slobbering bulldog, plus another quartet of tees with a cartoon iteration of the Hardies logo.
Accompanying the apparel are three accessories: an incense holder, a skate deck and, of course, skate hardware. The incense holder interjects the Hardies fist into religious iconography, while the deck displays a super-sized picture of Jones’ own custom, diamond-encrusted Hardies pendant. Last but not least, the pendant appears on the packaging of the skate hardware, itself done up in chromed-out black and red.
Expect the collection to release via Supreme’s webstore and brick-and-mortar locations globally on June 15 at 11 AM local time — save for Japan, which will receive the collection June 17.
For more from the world of Supreme, check out our deep dive into their recent collaboration with COOGI.