Supreme F/W Week 10 – Droplist & What to Cop

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10/29/2020 ~ erik anson

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Welcome back and strap in for Supreme F/W 20 week 10 and the Six Figure Sneakerhead analysis and predictions. In preparation for this Supreme drop, I’ll be breaking down the retail versus resale prices of the hyped items as I do every week. While you can see the entrirety of the inline pieces above, we’ll be maximizing your time by only covering the bigger items for resale.

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Recap from Week 8

Our previous week was a bit sleepy if you ask me. Items that sold quick were the Jacob & Co jewelry – that being the two watches as well as the gold lock pendant necklace. Other pieces were the Mohair beanie, small box crewneck, and the blocks camp cap. Check out the last droplist here. Without further ado let’s go over the more popular items heading into this week.


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As if this week wasn’t crazy enough with additional clothing and sneaker drops, we have an absolute banger of a collection from Supreme and The North Face. 

The collection boasts the classic S Logo and consists of the following items from top to bottom according to our image above: Himalayan Parka ($698), Mountain Jacket ($388), Hooded Fleece Jacket ($298), Nuptse Mittens ($98), Dolomite Sleeping Bag ($228), Shoulder Bag ($58), and Expedition Backpack ($158). All of which will be profitable so take your pick. Naturally the higher retail, the higher the return on resale may be. All in all, try for the jackets first, then backpack, then other accessories last. 

To be frank I think this is one of the best TNF collabs they’ve done in quite some time. It’ll almost be hard to resell some of these items, they’re so clean.

Best sizes to focus on are small and extra large most likely. Another tip would be if you cop the green color way in anything, flip quickly. We’ve seen time and time again that the whacky colors get a lot of buzz at first and might be the most profitable, but die over time as well. With that said, the black and red should steadily hold their value or increase over time.


Image via Supreme Community

Spray Hooded Sweatshirt

  • Retail: $158
  • Resale: $175
Image via Supreme Community

Hockey Hooded Sweatshirt

  • Retail: $158
  • Resale: $170


      Image via Supreme Community

      Leica Ultravid BR 8 x 20 Binocular

      From the classic camera company, this is rumored to be limited to 182 pieces worldwide. May be tough finding the right buyer for these.

      • Retail: $898
      • Resale: $???


        Image via Supreme Community

        Cashmere Beanie

        • Retail: $68
        • Resale: $88
        Image via Supreme Community

        Wool Camp Cap

        • Retail: $58
        • Resale: $70

          Release Info

          When: Thursday 10/29/20 @11am EST/8am
          WhereSupreme Online and in stores. Japan releases October 31st.


          That wraps up week 10 readers. A lot to digest here but I’m super excited to say the least.

          After the drop, always see if you can find or make sales on platforms like Grailed, Ebay, Reddit or Instagram. This way, buyer and seller can get the most out of the sale and not succumb to fees. I’ve had good luck lately on Reddit and Instagram surprisingly.

          And here’s my last tip – use StockX for bigger items like skate decks where the company pays for shipping. Try peer to peer platforms for small items that don’t require a big shipping cost when you have to pay for it yourself.

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          Before you go, check out the Sneaker/Streetwear Market Recap Week of October 19th – my pal Ben Atkinson has been grinding and has his ear to the ground on everything. It’s your one-stop to get caught up for the week on hot items.  Even if sneakers or clothing has already dropped, it still could be a good time to invest in it considering it could still increase in value over time.

          Check out our Twitter and Instagram too, we have an awesome community of followers. If you want somewhere to get info and chat about making money in the sneaker and streetwear resale business, it’s worth a look! I have a blast reading through the comments.

          More exciting news is that we just launched a YouTube channel! Be sure to subscribe to us here so you never miss a video on new sneakers or clothing. We’ll have much more content coming soon.

          As always, please let us know your thoughts and if you have more upcoming sneakers you want us to look at. We love any feedback.

          And good luck copping everyone! Thanks as always, have a powerful week. 

          – Erik

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