Unlike Karrine Steffans, the Supra NS (non-skate) footwear line is tight, clean and could probably keep a secret or two if you so wished... just lace 'em up high enough and don't worry about the tongues flappin' (Wocka wocka! Here all night, folks, tip your bartender).
Blending influences from action sports, streetwear and fashion with distinctive materials and unique designs to create footwear that stands apart from other brands, Supra strives to create new and original classics for all of you that demand detail, distinction and quality. Labeled NS for "non-skate," this Supra line is not meant for the immanent destruction following day and night skate sessions... aesthetically. While the NS joints are just as tough as the original Supra stars, lets face it: these are just way too damned pretty for griptape scuffs, pavement burns and ramp roasts.
Now, we don't know karate, but we do know ca-razy, and that was precisely the response after Karmaloop dropped the bronze and burgundy looks a couple weeks ago. We expect no less with the new gray tie dye suede Trinity, Strapped and Skytop models, so put your James Brown "who's using my bathroom?" insanity face on, get up, get on the good foot, wipe off that cold sweat and cop these quick before you're down and out in New York City with King Heroin rocking flip-flops or some shit.