It's best to expect the unexpected from Supreme – especially with the NYC-bred brand's collaborations with Nike. The relationship dates back to 2002 with the monumental release of the Supreme x Nike Dunk Low Pro SB
, a shoe inspired by the iconic Air Jordan 3
"Cement." In the years since, the house that James Jebbia built have had an opportunity to rework a myriad of iconic Nike silhouettes (some more obscure than others) in their 20+ collabs with the brand. Other noteworthy Supreme x Nike releases include the rare Gucci-inspired trio of Nike SB Blazers
(2005), two versions of the Air Foamposite
One (2014) featuring fleur-de-lis print, another three Air Jordan 5s
(2015), and the heralded "Suptempo" – a redesign of the Air More Uptempo
of '90s hoops glory. Like their famed apparel and accessories, Supreme's work with Nike benefits from the streetwear brand's experimental, left-brained thinking and penchant for releasing quality goods. For that reason, they're as likely to design a shoe with a simple tonal design as they are willing to dress a model in snakeskin or camouflage. Of course, the winner is always the consumer lucky enough to nab a pair. However, like most coveted Supreme releases, pairs birthed from Supreme x Nike collabs tend to sell out very quickly. Luckily Stadium Goods provides a one-stop-shop for all of your Supreme x Nike needs. That includes older sneakers from their catalog that've ascended to legendary status and newer models that continue the narrative. "World Famous" messaging often appears on upper of these kicks, a justifiable statement considering how Supreme x Nike collabs push the culture forward. Here's your chance to own a piece of history that'll only enhance your wardrobe.