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Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by hypespy, Nov 24, 2009.

  1. jplay51

    jplay51 Well-Known Member

    Jun 15, 2013
    seems pretty harsh, i think they have some cool shit. there's a lot of stuff that doesn't make sense, but the oxfords are sweet, the jeans are ok and some hats are good. You can't always wear a casual suit...

    definitely for a younger crowd tho
  2. GoldenTribe

    GoldenTribe Senior member

    Jan 7, 2010
    It's a good thing someone revived this thread three months later to defend a dead teenystreetpunk brandwhore label.

    Supreme was never a name associated with decent shirts. Nor jeans, for that matter. Nor hats, come to think of it.
  3. Rugby Thompson

    Rugby Thompson Member

    Sep 26, 2013

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    Apr 28, 2014
    [WTB] Supreme 2012 S/S Bulldogs Varsity Jacket in Green size Large
  5. mikeylab

    mikeylab Well-Known Member

    Oct 16, 2014
    I have a number of Supreme pieces. A decent amount of their sweatshirts are made in Canada, and their Levis collabs, among others, are made in the US and sometimes Europe/Japan. Their Champion collabs have generally been made in Vietnam, but the few that I have are of much better quality than the regular Champion stuff. Most of the Supreme items that I have are well made for the price, but I generally avoid the Chinese stuff unless it is on sale(not because the quality is necessarily bad, though). People associate them with outlandish designs marketed to kids, but they actually do simple pretty well. I like Supreme and their spin on basics, although I would never be accused of being the most conservatively dressed in the room.
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