Verdict from 92 user reviews

8 reasons to buy

  • Several reviewers state that the Supra Flow Run is one of the most comfortable sneakers they’ve worn. 
  • Few reviewers highlight the breathable materials of this Supra shoe. 
  • A couple of reviewers mention that they like that this low-top is easy to put on. 
  • Some wearers report that this Supra shoe fits great on foot. 
  • The style of this low-top shoe allows wearers to get lots of compliments from other people. 
  • Many wearers like that these Supra sneakers are lightweight. 
  • One reviewer comments that the cushioning of this shoe is perfect. 
  • Although priced a bit higher than the Supra Flow sneakers, this upgraded version is still easy on the pocket. 

1 reasons not to buy

  • Some reports note that the Supra Flow Run runs bigger than usual. 

Bottom line

Supra reimagined the skate-inspired Supra Flow into a lightweight sneaker model called the Supra Flow Run. It is constructed with a neoprene cleatie construction that gives wearers a nice and comfortable fit without being too snug. Some reports even note that it runs large.

Aside from its comfort, the Supra Flow Run impressed lots for being lightweight, easy to put on, and breathable. Its stylish appeal is also a plus. 

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Good to know

Supra introduced the Supra Flow Run sneakers as an upgrade to the skate-inspired, hybrid slip-on vulcanized Supra Flow sneakers. Like its predecessor, it is built with a low-top, slip-on profile for easy on and off wearing. It has a neoprene cleatie construction with a hidden lacing system for a snug and secure fit and dual density insoles for improved comfort. 

The Supra Flow Run unisex sneakers are available from men’s US 4 to 14 or women’s 5.5 to 11 in Medium (Standard) width. 

The Supra Flow Run is a low-top slip-on sneaker that took inspiration from the famed Supra skate shoe hybrid model called the Supra Flow. It flaunts a sporty and casual charm that anyone could wear from day to night. The upper is a combination of knit and nubuck (Supra Flow Run White/Lt Grey – White), corduroy and PU leather (Supra Flow Run Olive Multi – Olive), or knit mesh and nubuck (Supra Flow Run Navy – White) depending on the colorway. 

Emerging from the skate-inspired Supra Flow sneakers is a trainer version called the Supra Flow Run. While it retained the Flow’s lightweight, slip-on, and low-top profile, this shoe carries a distinctive feature that differentiates it from its predecessor. 

One signature feature of the Supra Flow Run is its fused toe wrap combined with a neoprene cleatie system – a feature that is lacking from the original Flow shoes. It also highlights an EVA cushioned midsole for added comfort and support and a protected hidden lacing system.

Founded in 2006 in South California, Supra has successfully become one of today’s leading skate shoe brands alongside Vans, DC, New Balance, Nike, Adidas, and more. In January 2017, the California-based brand introduced a new model through the Supra Flow Run, a trainer upgrade to one of the brand's well-received skate shoe hybrids called the Supra Flow. The Supra Flow is a low-top slip-on vulcanized model inspired by the Supra Cuba sneakers. 

Staying true to Supra’s heritage, the Supra Flow Run features an athletic façade that one could wear stylishly out on the streets. It is characterized by a slip-on with an internal neoprene cleatie construction and protected hidden laces. The upper is comprised of a combination of materials, which varies from mesh, knit, nubuck, and leather. As with its predecessor, the Flow Run dropped in several colorways. 

  • The Supra Flow Run features a bonded toe cap with breathable woven toe box. 
  • Different Supra brandings are placed on the tongue, heel, quarter panel, insoles, and outsoles. 



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