For example, a full-on red Supreme x Stanley 15” Saw. Yes. A hand saw. And then there’s the super cool Supreme x Magis 5 Drawer 360 (US$748) in red, of course, and with Supreme branding splash across vertically.
For the automobile enthusiasts, this year Supreme has teamed up with DUB to bring you a special set of Spinner Rims with a dizzying amount of Supreme branding (quite literally if you look at it spinning).
Meanwhile, active lifestyle is covered by a range of Supreme collaborative products, including a Supreme-branded Carrera Overtop Googles, in a choice of black or red, a full-on red Supreme Butterfly Centerfold 25 Indoor Table Tennis Table (it’s beautiful!), a set of 4 Supreme/Spitfire Shop Wheels (US$36) and Independent Truck in Silver (US$60), and a Supreme x Storm collaborative bowling ball (33,000 yen) that is, surprisingly, not red. It is white with Supreme’s iconic white against red branding across it.
On the gadgets department, there is the super cool, super red Supreme/Pyle Waterproof Megaphone, Supreme/Phomemo Pocket Printer, Supreme co-branded Knog Blinder Bicycle Lights, the Supreme/JBL L100 Classic Speakers (US$6,500), and Supreme x HEXBUG nano flash.
There is a bunch of for-home items too, which include a bed (Supreme/Hästens Maranga Bed), Supreme/Duraflame Fire Log for those who have 40 bucks to burn, a Swing Top 1.0L Bottle, Supreme x Faribault Woolen Mill Checkerboard Wool Throw – just to name a few.
Obviously. These are not all. There are more, including snacks and stuff. However, we are unable to locate all of them.
While we are sold by all these collaborative products, there is nothing that catches our eyes more than this: Supreme/MG 1/100 RX-78-2 Gundam Ver.3.0. That’s right. Supreme now has a cobranded Gunpla kit.
Supreme/MG 1/100 RX-78-2 Gundam Ver.3.0 is a 1/100 scale plastic model kit of the titular mobile suit that started it all. The kit boasts a recycled plastic inner frame paired with a transparent red exterior.
Supreme branding can be installed on the mecha’s shield. Each gunpla kit comes supplied with multiple logo sticker sizes. The kit is not simply an RX-78-2 splashed with the Supreme logo. The kit is made exclusively for Supreme by Bandai, btw. Unfortunately, the US$90 model kit appears to be sold already. Ugh. But we shouldn’t be all that surprised.
Images: Supreme New York.