Supreme Collaborates With Legendary Motocross Brand Fox Racing

In a collaboration straight from your high school crush’s closet, Supreme is collaborating with Fox Racing for a Motocross-inspired collection.

The full collection was revealed after an Instagram teaser featuring rapper (and Baltimore dirt bike rider) Chino, off Meek Mill’s Dreamchasers label, in full Supreme x Fox Racing on his bike. Fox Racing attracted a cult following with their brightly-colored uniforms and their Moto-X team, who became known for competing against larger, Japanese-back teams. The Supreme collaboration celebrates Fox’s history with moto jersey tops, moto pants, moto vue goggles, deflector vests, gloves, and more. Featuring both Supreme and Fox branding, the items will be available in three different colorways.

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From the press release:

In 1974, Geoff Fox launched Moto-X Fox in Campbell, California. Initially a distributor of European parts, Moto-X Fox began developing and manufacturing its own components. Shortly after, Moto-X Fox assembled a professional motocross team, who competed in vibrantly colorful racewear handmade by Geoff. Fans began calling Fox’s Campbell shop looking to purchase Fox Racing uniforms. Four decades later, Fox Racing’s distinctive designs have become synonymous with motocross globally.

The collection is hot and bright — and it’s arriving at a time when racing gear is having a moment. Even though most people wearing these pieces will likely be wearing these goggles on city streets, the collection looks racetrack-ready. The colors are also a very ‘90s blend of bright yellow, a cool stadium blue, and, of course, Supreme red.

A standout from the capsule is the V2 helmet made with a fiberglass shell, a unique ventilation system, and is legally approved to wear on your bike by both U.S. and European standards. Cop the collection on Thursday, May 10, on Supreme’s online store or in their New York, Brooklyn, LA, London and Paris stores. Japan will get the collection on May 12.


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