Hello all, excited to have you here. I’m super proud and grateful that we’ve captivated such a tremendous audience so I have to say thanks to everyone. But you’re here for another droplist blog. This is week 12 in Supreme’s F/W 20 season. 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.
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Recap from Week 11
Last week was fairy average I’ll say. There was nothing too spectacular but certainly not so lackluster to complain about. The small Toshio Saeki collection really surprised me with how quickly it sold out. Resell is doing well on those hoodies, work jackets, and pants. Other hot items were the Nike Air Max Plus sneakers and running hat, hooded down jacket, and woven label beanie. Check out the last droplist here. Without further ado let’s go over the more popular items heading into this week.
New Yorkers and fellow Timberland fanatics stand up! This week we have a very special collaboration near and dear to the heart of Supreme and its roots. We’ll be seeing three colorways (featured below) of the Timberland 6-inch premium waterproof boot. A timeless piece of footwear beared by the colder climate folk.
Personally I think it’s a bit lazy to slap an upside down logo on a boot that already exists, but that’s just me. Although I can’t deny that robin’s egg blue is fire pantone. I was more of a fan of the 2017 “Stars and Stripes” iteration of the Supreme x Timberland boot. Let’s not forget there was also a triple collab between Supreme, Comme des Garcons, and Timberland back in 2015.
Another motif that we’ll be seeing this week could be dubbed the “Aerial” capsule. Look out for all the pieces below that feature New York scenery from the sky. The surely photoshopped “Supreme” plane banner adds a nice touch. All 4 of the Aerial pieces will be high on people’s radar.
Timberland® Big Logo 6-Inch Premium Waterproof Boot
- Retail: $248
- Resale: $300
Aerial Tapestry Harrington Jacket
- Retail: $358
- Resale: $400
- Retail: $148
- Resale: $220
Aerial Tapestry Regular Jean
- Retail: $288
- Resale: $315
Aerial Skate Deck
- Retail: $50
- Resale: $105
Opinel No. 8 Folding Knife
Stainless steel 3.28″ folding blade.
- Retail: $48
- Resale: $85
Glass, two gallon bowl.
- Retail: $68
- Resale: $90
Studded Collars Vase
Ceramic, two liters.
- Retail: $98
- Resale: $125
Ripple Corduroy Small Box Logo 6-Panel
- Retail: $48
- Resale: $58
When: Thursday, November 12th @11am EST/8am PST
Where: Supreme Online and in stores. Japan releases November 14th.
I like this week. The Aerial pieces are fire for your personal collection and will definitely turn a profit too. Per usual, accessories are always nice and hold value. We certainly are seeing originality this week. Check back for confirmed retail prices as we’ll know more when we get closer to the drop. We should be seeing retail prices surface soon, bear with us. Edit: all prices are confirmed now.
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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