Supreme S/S 21 Week 12 – Droplist & What to Cop
Welcome back everyone, we know why you’re here. It’s time to get the Six Figure Sneakerhead look at the newest Supreme drop. We̵7;re giving you insight into the droplist for Supreme Spring/Summer 21 week 12. Stay tuned for the hot picks for reselling, we’ll let you know what to cop.
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Recap from Week 11
So Supreme – Milan opened its doors last week. Just like other grand openings, Supreme dropped a special Box Logo commemorating the new regional beginnings and for Milan, the Box Logo is a pretty special one. Already used on a deck and sticker, The Last Supper image is now a Box Logo tee which is a pretty cool concept. Housed in Milan, Italy, and created by the popular Italian artist, Leonardo da Vinci, the Box Logo celebrates Milan culture while also shedding light on vintage Supreme designs that have been used in the past.
Only available in-store, the Milan Box Logo tee is going crazy on the resale market. Right now sales are averaging around $650 but some have sold in the 4-figure echelon. Maybe all you Italian resellers know how to hold the market better than most.
Nike released the Air Max 96 in collaboration with Supreme. The shoes despite having some apprehension from sneakerheads, have had a nice little price premium on the resale market. You could probably make a few bucks reselling the matching Nike Crew Socks as well.
Additionally, all of the Floral Tapestry gear is doing quite well also like I had mentioned in the last blog. The Jamie Reid things, not so much, as predicted.
A Look Ahead
Fresh off of the Supreme Milan Grand Opening, fans were pretty upset at the fact of the Milan Box Logo t-shirt not dropping online. While that still remains in question, Week 12 will go on as usual with a week featuring a variety of different items.
Starring the Sean Cliver illustrated Vampire Boy attire, Smeg’s Mini Fridge, this week will also include a Timberland collection that will include Nylon Anoraks, Nylon Pants, a Logo Crew neck, Carpenter Pants, 6-Panel Caps, and a Logo Beanie, all arriving in a variety of different colorways. A truly no-frills capsule that caters to the vintage aesthetic.
Below you’ll find photos of the Supreme inline pieces followed by the Supreme/Timberland collection. Without further ado let’s get to some pieces.
Timberland Reflective Taping Anorak
- Retail: $168
- Resale: $200
Awesome piece, I think Timberland and Supreme nailed this aesthetic. Gives me ultra 90’s vibes. Great picks on colorways too. Big fan of the Seattle Mariners colorway but you can’t go wrong with any.
- Retail: $158
- Resale: $190
Intarsia Spellout S/S Top
- Retail: $88
- Resale: $100
Bandana Silk Shirt
- Retail: $158
- Resale: $180
Timberland Reflective Taping Track Pant
- Retail: $138
- Resale: $155
Reflective Zip Crusher
- Retail: $54
- Resale: $70
Timberland Camp Cap
One of my sleeper picks of the week. This looks more like a running cap style to me versus a camp cap. It has that retro vibe that you can mesh with any of your fits. I even like it for a long-term resale piece too.
- Retail: $48
- Resale: $58
- Retail: $38
- Resale: $45
SMEG Mini Fridge
- Retail: $1398
- Resale: $1550
Lezyne Pocket Drive Pro Bike Pump
- Retail: $58
- Resale: $70
When: Thursday, May 13th @11am EST/8am PST
Where: Supreme Online and in stores. Japan releases May 15th.
All retail prices are confirmed! Cop away.
A lot of great stuff this week from Supreme. Timberland collection should really stand the test of time and be a classic to look back on in my opinion.
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And good luck copping everyone! Thanks as always and have a powerful week.