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The Supra Factor has been armed with an EVA-running inspired outsole, an outsole that gives the low top its ability to hug the foot when walking or running. This may seem like a subtle detail for most people but is, in fact, very helpful and is a big advantage for the wearer. There are also pull-on tabs on the sneaker that help the wearer slip the shoe on and off easily. Meanwhile, a TPU heel counter assures a tight lock on that fits like a glove. It also has a unique podular lacing system.

The Supra Factor low top comes in both women and men’s sizes. For men, the sneaker has a size range from 4 to 14 US. On the other hand, women can grab a pair of the sneakers from a size range of 5.5 to 11 US.

For years, Supra has been focusing on making skate shoes, but now, the brand has gone out of its comfort zone to bring something new to the table in the form of lifestyle kicks, and the Supra Factor embodies just that. It is comfy, it is snug, and it looks good when worn. In terms of color options, the Supra Factor has been released in various colorways including black/light grey-white, white/black-white, light grey-white, golden/black-white, risk red/black-white and black out.

With its varied color options, the Supra Factor also packs a punch when it comes to style. These kicks are best paired with joggers, tapered jeans, skinny jeans, and even cropped pants. Hoodies are a standard for the Supra Factor, but it also goes great with long shirts, jersey jackets, as well as varsity jackets. Bomber jackets with the jeans and a simple top underneath can also make a statement, one that is fashionable and stylish, and one that will surely highlight the sneakers very well.

Meanwhile, women can have just as much fun with the Supra Factor, too. Pairing it up with short denim shorts and an oversized hoodie, or opting for the more casual jeans and t-shirt combo is a safe way to dress it up. The sneaker also makes for great athletic wear meaning pairing this with leggings and a sports jacket can do wonders. This outfit is the best choice to wear when out doing errands or perhaps going around the corner for a short trip to the grocery store.

With the Supra Factor, street style is guaranteed and its no wonder that the kicks are slowly gaining traction and adoration amongst sneakerheads from all corners of the world. With excellent color options available, a simple look, and an innovative and ingenious design, the Supra Factor does make for a great all day sneaker.

Supra sneakers usually always grab attention with its build and style, and the Supra Factor is no different. All the innovative technology that the brand has put into the sneakers has made it a shoe that embodies comfort very well. Meanwhile, the design is stylish enough to make heads turn without it being too gaudy or trashy. It’s a simple sneaker but one that can still garner attention easily while having superior quality and comfort to it.

Details and quality; these are two of the most sought out factors when it comes to buying shoes. Some brands can only focus on one, sacrificing the other, but then some brands can balance both perfectly. Supra is one of those brands that pay attention to both detail and quality when it comes to its footwear. Inspired by many things, Supra fuses together skateboarding, music, and street style, giving it an edge over other competing brands in the market. And so it should, especially with Supra being Latin for the phrase “above and beyond.”

Taking a look at the history of the brand, Supra was founded in 2006. The man behind the brand is the same man, Angel Cabada, who founded the skateboard apparel company called KR3W. At first, Supra focused on creating skate shoes but the demand for it to diversify was overwhelming, and Supra eagerly accepted the challenge.

Supra began to develop shoes that merged lifestyle with the world of skate. With the new thrust, people were suddenly finding the brand very appealing, including many musicians. Some musicians who garnered a new found love for Supra sneakers include the likes of Justin Bieber, Travis McCoy, and Justin Timberlake. With such a strong presence in the world of celebrities and musicians, Supra went into the market of doing collaborations, too. Collaborations with Steve Aoki, Lil Wayne, and Jay-Z catapulted the brand to success and relevance.

By 2014, Supra already had five flagship stores located in different parts of the globe, mainly France, two in the USA, one in Mexico, and another in Japan. Back then, the company planned to expand even further to cater to the growing international clientele, and today it has achieved just that. The company’s drive to bring more energy to the brand has led them to release a number of shoes that fit the taste of a variety of sneakerheads. Take the Supra Factor as an example, one of the latest drops from Supra for 2018.

The Supra Factor is not a straight-up skate sneaker but is, majorly, a lifestyle sneaker. A top priority for designers when the low top was made was the comfort. With that in mind, Supra outfitted the kicks with a cushioned EVA outsole and added additional rubber soles at the heel and on the ball of the foot for maximum comfort. It’s the perfect shoe to wear when out and about the city.

  • The Supra Factor has white logo details to it.
  • It has a knit cleatie upper.

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Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.

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