Renowned skate-inspired brand Supra is set to release a shoe outside of what’s typically found on the feet of skateboarders, while still using the brand’s staple simplified color palette.
The Belmont High, the brand’s court-inspired shoe transformed into a high-top silhouette, will hit stores on Oct. 5. It will initially be available in two colorways and retail for $95.
Supra, known for its monochromatic shoes, will release the Belmont High in all-black. The second colorway of the shoe’s initial release will have a black upper with a white sole and white Supra branding on the tongue. The shoe features a vulcanized sole, a latex-injected footbed, an EVA insole with air blown into the foam for lightweight padding and high foxing tape to add to the shoe’s vintage aesthetic.
Following the release of the initial two colorways will come a maroon hue, which is expected to hit stores in November.
Supra introduced the low-top version of the Belmont in February using full-grain leather in two colorways: all-white and black with a white sole. The initial Belmont release was followed by a March release of the shoe using soft Carlisle leather in two colorways: slate blue and mocha, both with a white sole.