Size and fit

Supra Scissor allows you to go cruising the urban streets with your skateboard as its suede reinforcement on the toe, heel, and midfoot panel keep your feet secured from blows and impacts. It also grants you the freedom to walk or run a couple of miles since it’s built with a responsive sole.
This lightweight shoe fits just right and available in sizes stretching from 5.5 to 14 US and 5.5 to 11 US in men’s and women’s respectively.

Supra Scissor Style

Supra draws inspiration from contemporary running shoe designs and merges it with skate-inspired sneakers to yield a cutting-edge crossbreed model, the low-top Supra Scissor. Draped with a soft mesh cover, this shoe kept the feet well ventilated and supported if you feel like hovering the streets with your skateboard. Not only does this shoe let you accomplish multiple tasks in a day, but it inflames you to experiment on different wardrobes as its silhouette interestingly fuses with a vast selection of clothing. Whether you prefer to go for casual chic, laidback flair, dressy tone, or sporty vibe, the Supra Scissor gives you such liberty.

Notable Features

The cutting-edge Supra Scissor is a perfect blend between a running shoe and an athletic-inspired skate shoe. It may be constructed with a lightweight body but it’s heavy with supportive features. The upper is buttressed by suede detailing for aesthetics and functional reasons. The wedge-like structure of the sole is purposely created in such way to give room for the progressive Suprafoam midsole.

Supra Scissor History

Supra, established in 2006, is one of the newest footwear brands that stepped into the massive sneaker market and immediately created a brand following among skate shoe loving population. The vibrant and creative styles of the Supra were instantly embraced by style-savvy consumers which led to the impressive growth of the brand. It was even supported by celebrities who were spotted sporting their favorite styles like Lil Wayne, Kanye West, Justin Timberlake, Jay-Z, Travis McCoy, and Justin Bieber.

At the initial takeoff of Supra which was piloted by passionate entrepreneur Angel Cabada, it partnered with pro skateboarders Erik Ellington, Chad Muska, and Jim Greco in tapping the brand’s prospective audience.

Among the iconic models that further bolstered the brand’s presence in the skate world are the Skytop and TK Society. The former, a high-top released in 2007, was designed by formidable pro rider Chad Muska, while the latter was a signature model produced for pro skater Terry Kennedy.

After years of making a resonating name in the skateboarding industry, Supra expanded its catalog and added running-inspired sneakers into its list. Supra did not aspire to compete against the top dogs in the running world when it formed this segment in 2015. But it intended to offer a fresh assortment of lightweight, well-cushioned, and stylish sneakers that resembles the general makeup of comfortable runners.

One of the styles added into this category is the low-top Supra Scissor that boasts a cushiony Suprafoam and protects the feet from impact. This sneaker comes in a broad selection of colorways.

Additional Info

  • The Supra Scissors is available in different fabric material fused with suede detailing, such as Nubuck leather, jersey, mesh, pleated textile and printed canvas.
  • Its segmented rubber outsole bends easily to the movement of the feet.
  • In conjunction with the screening of the “Assassin’s Creed” in December 2017, Supra formulated a limited edition Scissor Assasin’s Creed with elements drawn from the film.

Facts / Specs

Top: Low
Inspired from: Running
Colorways: Black / Blue / Brown / White / Grey / Red / Beige / Green / Purple / Orange
SKUs: 08027009 / 08027024 / 08027025 / 08027052 / 08027054 / 08027419 / 08027604 / 98027427 / 98027639 / 98027650

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Author
Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

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.