Shoes producer Nike and skateboarding shop Supreme released its most anticipated collaboration shoe collection which takes people back to the 90s. The shoe's design is more like Supreme's first collections from 90s when they first came into the shoes scene only with its hall mark shrinking below its ordinary place.
The shoe is marked at $96 USD and is available at local stores from March 5 at 11 a.m.
Despite, being one of the most looked out model for Nike and Supreme, the shoe has received mixed reviews just like Air Jordan Cow Fur did.
The shoe is comparatively affordable compared to Air Jordan Cow Fur edition which was marked at $250 per pair but the shoes has failed to meet the general public expectation for sure.
People are disappointed with limited color choices, design and its overall look. But as Supreme is more concerned about comfort and safety; many shoe reviewers have given props to the collaboration and has given the shoe the needed street credits.
Be it a one time collaboration, the stocks are abundantly available as per the product producers.
Air Force 1 Low's love for reptiles aren't new. Originally, fish scales covered tonal pairs of the second best-selling 2019 sneaker and crocodile skin was stapled to the iD system NikeLab Bespoke. Nevertheless, snakeskin on this pair is confined to the iconic profile logo; unlike of last year's' 96 Snake launch.'
Further defining itself different from previous versions inspired by reptiles, this pair features pony hair on the medial side of the left shoe and the lateral side of the right shoe; another Air Force 1 Low has recently appeared with similar design, albeit in bronze.
The shoes feature a tiny Supreme logo on the upper side and come with a pair of extra laces emblazoned with the Supreme logo. Supreme noted that during the seasons, the pairs would be restocked regularly.