Size and fit

The Supra Skytop III is available in both men and women's sizes. The guys can choose from sizes 4 to 14 while the ladies can choose from sizes 5.5 to 11. The kick's TPR cage offers an excellent lockdown fit, and wide-footed users said that it eventually forms to the feet perfectly after a short break-in period. The shoe runs true to size.

Supra Skytop III Style

Whether you like cruising on your skateboard or just looking for a sneaker to level up your style game, the Supra Skytop III fulfills both. Its basketball-inspired design bathed in stylish colorways is a sure-fire way to amp up any casual ensemble. Let its high-top silhouette turn heads everywhere you go.

Follow the lead of Joe Jonas who rocked a pair of Skytop III with an all-black outfit finished with a blazer that could be apt for special occasions and events. Or go with a street-inspired look by matching it with jeans and a shirt accessorized with a leather jacket and a cap. Ladies can pair it with shorts, leggings, skirts or dresses for a touch of femininity in their casual sporty ensemble.

Notable Features

With an innovative and fashion-forward shoe like the Supra Skytop III, almost every detail could be notable. One of the first things that will catch anyone's eye is its laser cut TPR cage that, aside from being an eye candy, keeps feet in place and avoids sagging on the sides of the shoe. An oversized heel tab also provides added appeal and acts as an aid for easier entry.

The most common feature that almost everyone is talking about is the hidden stash pocket located behind the tongue wherein things of small quantity could be stored. Another feature that is unheard of is the removable EVA air pocket heel insert located underneath the insole. This cushions impact during landings and keeps feet comfortable.

Supra Skytop III History

Launched in 2006, Supra was founded by Angel Cabada and other skateboarder friends. The word Supra means "above and beyond" in Latin, and the brand achieved this mantra when they released the Skytop range. This range is created in partnership with Chad Muska, and its first model was released in 2007. The Supra Skytop gained traction as various publications started featuring them and A-list celebrities, such as Lil Wayne, Kanye, and Jay-Z, were frequently seen rocking them.

Following the first release's success is the Skytop II, which was regarded as more fashion-forward than its predecessor and produced one of today's favorite colorway, the Gradient. One of the many celebrities that helped establish the Skytop II's reputation is Justin Bieber.

After two wildly successful runs of the Skytop, Supra and Muska launched the third installment of the series in 2011. The Skytop III displayed a retro basketball-inspired design that caught the attention of some basketball fans and Air Jordan fans. Regarded as the most stylistically and technologically advanced model of the range during the time of its release, this kick represents the line's trademark mixing of fashion and skate. Today, the Skytop III is available in a wide array of colorways and a number of collaborations that include Lil Wayne, Solebox, Sneaker Freaker, and BKRW.

Additional Info

  • The shoe's upper is crafted from either supple suede or premium leather, which depends on the colorway.
  • Its lightly padded heel collar provides added cushioning and comfort around the ankle.
  • Underneath the suede or leather are rubber sidewalls that act as reinforcements and add durability in sensitive areas of the shoe during skateboarding.
  • The kick's one-piece toecap avoids seam bursts, and delays wear and tear.
  • It is available in Medium width.
  • The pair comes with an extra pair of shoelaces.
  • A "TUF" version is also offered, which is basically added technology on the upper for extra durability.
  • This pair utilizes an ultra-soft layered Suprafoam sole system that consists of an EVA footbed, EVA midsole, and a molded rubber outsole.


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