Sneaker News’ most recent look at a new Supra Pilot release came on the first of this month as the classy ‘Napa’ edition arrived at select retailers. This new style is a bit more direct in its theme, though ironically, that makes it more ‘obscure’ in a certain kind of way. A reminder of just how many designs Brian Anderson’s bold 2006 Dunk High SB has influenced, these new Pilot hightops mix black and olive along with Air Jordan 1 Italia a unique four-color print on the ankle and blaze orange accents. You’ll be able to see more photos when you click the jump below, and after you’ve let us know how these compare to the range of camouflage kicks we’ve seen this year, find yours directly at Supra.
It’s been a while since Sneaker News profiled a new Tom Penny signature release from Supra, and this new drop is similar to the last in that we can see more of the Air Jordan Legacy’s immense influence. Two new Supra Bandit midtops come in dark colorways that are something like the Air Jordan 9 ‘Olive’ split into a duo of black two-toned styles, one an earthy fall shoo-in, the other a suede bred can’t-miss. Let us know which one you like better after you check out both of them in detail after the jump, then grab yours straight from Supra. Air Jordan 4 Italia
Supra delves deeper in to the Lifestyle Footwear category by introducing the Supra Owen in a sick new ‘Camo’ colorway; utilizing a super-lightweight build thanks to the SUPRAFOAM outsole and mesh/nylon upper, the Supra Owen gets an absolute jolt of rugged inspiration with the camouflage print upper. The concept of street-wear militarism is completed with the black and hot orange accents and gum rubber sectionals in the multi-directional flex outsole. Will we see more graphic art direction on the Owen, as seen on La MJC’s cheetah-print vision of the runner? We’ve got a detailed look at the Supra Owen ‘Camo’ just below, so flip through the gallery and expect the Owen ‘Camo’ Air Jordan 7 Italia to reveal itself at Supra Footwear retailers in one month.