The streetwear universe shaped by Supreme is invited on Kikikickz !
In much less time than it took some historical equipment manufacturers to impose themselves in the world of sports, Supreme was able to establish itself at the top of streetwear fashion. A remarkable and appreciable feat considering that James Jebbia's New York brand was not destined to emancipate itself outside the skateparks. As you probably know, Supreme's history is indeed closely linked to skateboarding, a discipline on which the label tried to surf since its creation in 1994, and this with quality products that you can discover or rediscover here, on Kikikickz.
Whether it's Supreme's famous hoodies, t-shirts, trousers, not to mention its down jackets and hats, the outdoor clothing that earned the New York label its excellent reputation is indeed available within a few clicks on the store, alongside its essential accessories.
Nike - Supreme, a collaboration both historic and emblematic.
But Supreme is also and above all a collaboration with Nike whose first page was written in 2002 as part of the inauguration of the division "Nike Skateboarding", aka Nike SB. Almost obvious, this collaboration was logically concretized this year by the release of a version at the same time new and collector of the SB Dunk Low which remains a grail for many sneakers addicts of which you are perhaps part. Building on their initial success, the Beaverton-based firm and its New York sidekick followed up in the months and years that followed with most of the Swoosh's most popular silhouettes.
One of Supreme's favorite Nike sneakers is the iconic Air Force 1. In Low, Mid or High versions, Bruce Kilgore's classic has been revisited in more than a dozen limited editions, of which we've selected the essentials for you. You can find the Air Force 1 Low ''White'' signed by Supreme, in an exclusive collection where you can also find the black colorway. The same goes for the Air Max Plus ''Black'', a reference for all Tn fans who love bold finishes. In short, you will have understood, everything that James Jebbia and his teams touch turns into gold, especially when there is a Swoosh on it.
Thanks to its takeover in 2020 by VF Corporation, the leader in American streetwear which owns The North Face and Timberland among others, Supreme has moved into another dimension which allows it to carry out a multitude of diverse and varied projects around textiles and sneakers, always in line with its now iconic style. We are proud to present these projects on Kikikickz, so that you can enjoy the best of streetwear fashion all year long.