Supreme teams up with the NFL football team, the Oakland Raiders for a collection that consists of a couple of different products. Check out the Supreme x Raiders collab that highlights Supreme SS19 Week 15.
We originally saw Raiders products via Supreme’s lookbook when the season was gearing up to start but we did not expect a whole collaboration and week to be dedicated to them. The partnership also comes as a surprise to many as Supreme has worked with New York sports teams but Oakland is on the other side of the country and in a city where a Supreme store does not even exist in. It would be interesting to know the correlation between the two brands or the real reasoning on how or why the two teamed up.
Anyways, the collection looks to house many different clothing pieces for your personal preferences or wants. The Arc logo is also a design that is featured on most of the pieces so if you’re a fan of the arc, you’re in for a treat. The collection consists of a Pocket Tee T-shirt that arrives in four different colorways, a hooded sweatshirt arriving in two different colorways, a matching twill S/S top with twill shorts and a ’47 brand Oakland Raiders cap. So whatever you interested in, they look to have a piece for everyone.
SUPREME X RAIDERS SS19 WEEK 15 RELEASE INFORMATION
If you’re interested in getting a piece of the collection they release this Thursday, June 6th, 2019 at Supreme stores and supremenewyork.com. Retail prices are not out as of yet so stay tuned as we will update you on that as soon as possible. It will be interesting to see how the collection performs as many people are dedicated to their own NFL football teams, so the Raiders logo makes the collection unwearable for many, but if you want to pick up something for yourself do not hesitate to do so. Get a better look at the collection below and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for updates and other Supreme news.
Update: DropsByJay released retail prices of the collection that you can see below. Keep it locked to JustFreshKicks for other Supreme news.
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Words By Irven Sykes