Size and fit

The low-top Supra Noiz is easily one of the fashionable casual sneakers in Supra’s collection. Its ultra-lightweight build, coupled with a Suprafoam cushioning property in the midsole, grants comfort to the feet, which makes it an ideal choice for daily use. This sneaker comes with a lace-up closure that offers wearers the ease of loosening or tightening up the shoe according to their preferred fit.

Supra Noiz Style

After years of offering skate-inspired silhouettes, Supra went out of its comfort zone and surprised its loyalists and other sneaker die-hards with low-top running-inspired sneakers such as the Supra Noiz. Covered with a breathable mesh and complemented by a lightly padded interior, this sneaker comes light and comfortable which doesn’t make the feet look chunky when paired with joggers, chinos, rolled-up pants. Its flexible sole grants users the freedom to go kicking with this style any time of the day.

Notable Features

Supra shoes tend to grab attention with its common weighty built and fat tongue. But the brand slashed a chunk of weight when it created the ultra-lightweight Supra Noiz. Aside from its less weighing structure, the Supra’s upper allows air to circulate in and out of the shoe while its sole is fortified with a molded arch and constructed with an apparently superior type of foam cushioning for long-lasting comfort. These combined elements make the Supra Noiz dependable footwear for whole day use.

Supra Noiz History

Back in 2006, long time skateboarder and apparel entrepreneur Angel Cabada pegged a name in the skate scene when he teamed up with pro riders Chad Muska, Erik Ellington, and Jim Greco, and launched the Supra shoe label initially manufacturing skate shoes.

Many brands offering skate-centric sneakers had already established a solid footing in the market long before this American brand stepped in. But, perhaps, Supra’s entry came at the right time and place as it was that period when skate shoes were no longer contained among hip-hop and skate communities. Instead, this type of footwear was gradually making its exodus into streetwear culture.

Supra shoes were easily identifiable when mixed with other skate-influenced silhouettes since its designs were centered on function and style. Unlike other skate shoes, the Supra ones are dressed with eye-catching colors and sleek designs, a hybrid of skate and street-inspired footwear.

Like most skate shoe brands, Supra’s presence in the sneaker and skate market was fortified by strong patronage coming from professional riders. Comprising the original Supra skate team were Jim Greco, Erik Ellington, Chad Muska. They were later joined by other professional skaters Terry Kennedy, Tom Penny, and Antwian Dixon, and Dennis Martin, among others.

In 2015, Supra started adding running-inspired skate shoes into its roster that offer comfort and shock-absorbing features in a lightweight structure. This includes the Supra Noiz which is as fashionable and ultra-lightweight as other Supra low-top kicks Hammer Run, Flow Run, and Scissor.

Additional Info

  • The upper is made of mesh with either textured suede or leather on the toe tip, quarter and heel panels.
  • Its lightly padded interior is complemented by a breathable textile lining.
  • The front comes with an extended toe bumper.
  • Supra branding appears on the tongue, inner sole, and outsole.


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Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.