This Week's Drops Include New Supreme Toys
And some customizable kicks.
Of course the biggest drop this week is courtesy of Supreme’s Spring/Summer 2018 collection. But as always, we can’t forget about the shoes with some fun new releases from Nike and Jordan, and a now somewhat controversial collection from SeaVees. Read on to find out the best kids’ items dropping this week.
Both kids and adults will be able to pick up this golden take on the Air Jordan 1 starting February 16. With a shiny black, white and gold look, we’re sure this one will be an instant classic.
California-based brand SeaVees will launch its first ever kids’ line with this adorable collaboration with Peter Rabbit. However, the brand probably wasn’t expecting the recently released Peter Rabbit movie to make headlines over a controversial allergy scene. But perhaps the buzz will give the shoes a boost when they drop on February 14.
While Supreme still hasn’t ventured into children’s apparel, the streetwear brand doesn’t disappoint when it comes to the toys. Among the kid-friendly releases in the new season drop are a kayak, tennis balls, keychains and a sure to be very coveted pinball machine. The items will be available at Supreme’s New York City, Los Angeles and Europe stores starting February 15, and at its Japan stores on February 17.
We don’t usually see vintage apparel reworked for kids so we appreciate Beru Kids switching things up by creating a collection of vintage tees just for the little ones. The brand launched the collection at the start of this week on February 11 at Los Angeles store Lot, Stock, and Barrel, where kids can also customize their vintage sports or band T-shirts.
The fun pack will include three different colorways of the classic Air Force 1, each with its own set of different colored swoosh logos to mix and match. Sadly Nike hasn’t indicated if this fun set will be available in children’s sizes, but we think kids would still have tons of fun decorating their parents’ sneakers. That being said, we do still hope Nike includes some kids’ sizes when it drops the “Swoosh Pack” on February 15.
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