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Supreme and Honda Made a Dirt Bike and It’s Part of Their Fall Collection

Mario Abad

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Supreme’s latest collection for fall 2019 is set to drop soon, but it’s the luxury streetwear brand’s wide range of accessories that steal the show. A quick glance at the offering reveals a slew of collaborations between Supreme and a variety of other companies, including Honda, Pyrex and Timex.

The line-up includes the kinds of things you’d traditionally refer to as accessories, like co-branded Kent hairbrushes and keychains, but there are also big ticket items that would normally find other classification, like Baccarat champagne flutes and even a red Honda dirtbike. Per our friends at Hypebeast, the bike utilizes the Japanese automaker’s CRF 250R off-road model, and is made up of 79mm bore and 50.9mm stroke lengths for high revving performance. Other features include HRC launch control capabilities and a Showa® spring fork for precise handling and balance.

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Supreme's fall 2019 accessories collection.

There are, of course, items that feel tailor-made for the vast Supreme collector community, including  GSM unlocked BLU Burner phones with flashy Supreme branding on display, as well as a leopard-print Wassily chair, the tubular steel and leather armchair designed by Marcel Breuer in 1925.

Outdoor enthusiasts will gravitate toward several items on offer here, including Supreme-branded water bottles, utilitarian backpacks, and Tsubota pearl lighters. For skaters, a collaboration with the Amsterdam-based graffiti artist Delta takes form in skateboards designed with his artwork. A pair of camo long johns and matching thermal top make up the clothing portion of this assortment (as well as a pair of bright red crew socks). Fanny packs, rucksacks and pouches come in a variety of colors, and there is also a leather version of the brand’s backpack and carryall bag available.

But it’s the novelty items that capture the more playful aspect of this collection, such as a red voodoo doll with phrases such as “No Future” and “Eternal pain” listed on its pinpoints. A pair of ping pong paddles by Butterfly, a Pyrex measuring cup, and Post-It notes with “sign here” flag arrows all serve to underline the message: Anything can be an accessory with the right attitude.

Marcel Breuer's Wassily chair gets the Supreme treatement.

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