What is your favourite accessory?
Whilst Supreme is famed for its Box Logos and sell-out collaborations with The North Face, Stone Island and Nike, it also houses some unusual and eclectic accessories.
It is difficult to pick out 10 of the best Supreme accessories released over the years, the vast variation of releases has seen a range of prices and practicality, but these are our favourite so far. Many of Supreme’s accessories have become collectables and tend to be focused around a category such as sporting, tools or smoking.
1. Brick (Fall/Winter 2016)
Two years later, the question of why Supreme sold a brick is still unanswered (despite various theories). They sold out for $30 a brick and some were resold for up to $1000. You can pick one up now for around $100-130.
2. Teddy (Fall/Winter 2018)
If you can’t get your hands on a Box Logo sweatshirt, then you can buy a Steiff Teddy that’s wearing one instead. The Supreme/Steiff Teddy will become a must-have collectable for the future.
3. Bible Stash Box (Fall/Winter 2013)
For some, Supreme is like a religion. Supreme’s take on a replica of the New Testament bible hides a wooden stash box. 5 years later and they are rarely seen on the resell market.
4. Pinball Machine (Spring/Summer 2018)
The most expensive accessory in Supreme’s collection, the Stern Pinball Machine was extremely low in stock, but came with a hefty price tag of $11,000. These were only available to purchase online and the resell price was at least $40k.
5. Cash Cannon Money Gun (Spring/Summer 2017)
This money gun included custom $1000 Supreme bills and was one of the most-hyped accessories for the season. Retailing at $88, they became a popular Instagram video at the time.
6. Coleman® CT200U Mini Bike (Spring/Summer 2017)
Retailing for almost $1000, the Coleman CT200U Mini Bike was released on one of the last drops for the Spring/Summer 2017 season with an online-only release. The gas-powered mini bike had a 196cc, one-cylinder engine with a top speed of 24mph.
7. Dog Bowl (Spring/Summer 2011)
One for man’s best friend. These ceramic dog bowls came in black or red and rarely come up nowadays, but when they do, they aren’t cheap!
8. Everlast Boxing Gloves (Fall/Winter 2008)
James Jebbia has a love of boxing and this has been portrayed throughout Supreme’s history; these Everlast boxing gloves came in red, black or blue and compete with matching mini key rings. The Everlast heavyweight punch bag was released in 2016.
9. Fender Stratocaster (Fall/Winter 2017)
The custom Fender Stratocaster for Supreme had a maple wood neck, 3 pickups, tremolo bridge and a 5-way selector switch and came with a custom case, strap and picks. Retailing at almost $2000, this limited item was more of a collectable, rather than a practical item.
10. Rimowa Suitcase (Spring/Summer 2018)
The luxe luggage label created two Rimowa Topas Multiwheel suitcases, one in a 45L size and the other in an 82L size and were available in black or the iconic Supreme red. These popular items cost $1600 and $1800 respectively, but resell for these is around double or more, though many fakes of them have already been spotted.