Verdict from 30 user reviews

11 reasons to buy

  • Satisfied reviewers found this Stevie Williams signature model extremely comfortable.
  • Several buyers thought this sneaker felt true to size.
  • Many reviewers were fascinated with the unique styling of the Supra Estaban’s lace-up system.
  • A fantastic sneaker to wear when walking around, stated by a couple of reviewers.
  • The generous padding around the collar of the Estaban keeps the feet insulated, which makes this shoe suitable during the cold months.
  • A very stylish lifestyle sneaker that’s good on the board too, as per some buyers who skate.
  • It features a simple contemporary design with an upper made of soft premium leather.
  • Its removable insole gives added cushioning.
  • The Suprafoam midsole offers added impact protection.
  • At the bottom is a durable rubber outsole for durability.
  • The Supra outsole tread design offers good contact with the board, according to some skaters.

1 reason not to buy

  • At least one reviewer stated that the Supra Estaban, which is dressed in premium leather, needs ample time to break in.

Bottom line

Supra creates new narratives by coming up with upbeat skate shoe renditions that offer a chic urban look. Putting much bearing on style and aesthetics, the brand releases another signature model called the Supra Estaban promoted by its premier skate team member Stevie Williams.

This high-top embraces the feet and keeps it protected with thickly padded collar and fat tongue. The feet also get cushioned treatment coming from the midsole’s spongy Suprafoam. Consumers who approve of its high-top styling have nothing but praises about this reasonably-priced shoe.

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Good to know

Supra Estaban generally runs true to size, and can be obtained in men’s sizes that extend from 7.5 to 13 US. Women purchasers may go down 1.5 their usual size to avail the equivalent men’s shoe size.

Wearers have the liberty to get strapped either using the available series of holes or the lace loops that run diagonally along the midfoot. The generously padded interior offers protection to the feet against bumps and cold weather.

Supra Estaban high-top signature skate shoe with strong influences from high street fashion is covered with a hard-wearing shell made of leather. This asymmetrically-designed shoe campaigned by premier rider Stevie Williams allows you to get strapped under its ultra-fashionable upper matched with an attention-grabbing, oversized tongue.

Its robust makeup complements with any slim-fitting or tapered pants. Flaunt it by hiding the hem of your pants into its thick collar walls or by allowing the edges of your jeans to hang just above your ankles. It’s the type of sneaker that begs to be the focal point of your wardrobe.

Supra Estaban isn’t your typical skate shoe as it’s more than that. This high-top is weighed down with comfort properties such as having a lightweight Suprafoam midsole, thickly stuffed interior walls, and reinforced heel area. Its durable leather coverage, unique strapping system, oversized tongue, and stylish upper concept makes it a standout design not only suitable for skateboarding but for strutting along the streets.

Supra has been rocking the skate scene with one-of-a-kind sneakers that encourage individuality, dynamism, and creativity since its inception in 2006. Initially based in Los Angeles, California, this shoe label was established by innovative streetwear producer and long-time skateboarder Angel Cabada through the support of professional riders like Chad Muska, Erik Ellington, and Jim Greco.

Since the beginning, Supra team of pro riders has been instrumental in propagating the groundbreaking and original skate shoes produced by the brand. One year after the birth of Supra, Chad Muska’s signature high-top Supra Skytop was launched which turned out to be the most popular model ever dropped by this skate shoe label.

The fast-forward appeal of the Skytop was readily welcomed by skateboarders as it was loaded with skate-specific features. It’s built with a full-length Suprafoam cushioned midsole and made use of reinforced protection on the heel.

The ripple effect of the Skytop ushered the brand to come up with follow-up models such as the Skytop II and the Skytop III, plus a series of pro models that represent some of the skate world’s top-tier skate athletes.

Terry Kennedy, another professional skateboarder, was actively involved in the development of some of the Supra skate models like his signature Supra TK Society and the Supra Vulc. These sneakers complemented Terry’s clothing selections produced by Fly Society, an apparel line which he co-founded.

Added to the list of signature skate models issued by Supra was the Supra Estaban which was dropped in 2014 for professional rider Stevie Williams. After the successful release of Stevie’s first signature shoe the S1W in 2012, he worked with the brand in coming up with a modern-day appropriate Estaban constructed with wide lacing system, something that’s uncommon to the normal structure of skate shoes.

The early releases of this sneaker came in three colorways: Black, Red, and Glow in the Dark. Apart from these premier riders, Supra also fabricated signature models for Erik Ellington, Jim Greco, and Tom Penny.

  • The Supra Estaban is made with a seamless front.
  • This sneaker comes with black rope laces.
  • The Supra tread pattern offers traction.
  • Its upper sits on a long-lasting cupsole outsole.
  • Supra labeling is displayed on the tongue, at the back of the heel and on the rear end of the outsole.
  • Its Suprafoam midsole unit is ultra-lightweight, flexible and breathable


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