Supreme has frequently tapped into Nike’s archives to pull out some weird and unique silhouettes from the brand’s past. This week, we got our first look at their take on the 2002 Courtposite, coming soon.

The Nike Courtposite shoe first released in 2002, bringing the brand’s famous Foamposite technology to the tennis court. At the time, it was almost universally panned, with players like Andre Agassi outright refusing to wear the shoe during matches. The molded silhouette quickly faded into the brand’s archives, only to reappear over twenty years later, and with Supreme’s logo on it. Shown by Nike athlete Carlos Alcaraz, the Spanish tennis player currently ranked No. 1 in the world, it appears Supreme and Nike are cooking up a few colorways of the retro model. The only pair we’ve seen sports a Metallic Gold finish over its molded outer layers, which fades to black at the toes to match the rest of the design.


Supreme’s take on the retro Nike Courtposite has not been announced for release yet, though we hope to see them launch sometime before the end of 2023. Seen here in Metallic Gold with black & white colorways also on the way, pairs will likely release exclusively through the Supreme website, with an expected retail price of $150. Check out the early photos for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more sneaker release news.

Supreme x Nike Air Zoom Courtposite
Release Date: October 19th, 2023
Price: $150
Colorways: Metallic Gold, Black, White

UPDATE 10/16/23: Supreme has officially announced their upcoming Nike Courtposite pack will release this week, on October 19th, 2023. All three colorways will be available exclusively through the brand’s website for $150.

UPDATE 9/28/23: After Carlos Alcaraz helped unveil the upcoming Supreme x Nike Courtposite in gold, the simple black and white colorways have surfaced in their first images thanks to Lil Yachty. Expected to release sometime later this year, the shoes have an expected price tag of $150 and will release exclusively from Supreme.