Size and fit

Much like the previous Hammer model, the Supra Hammer Run comes in a low-top silhouette allowing maximum freedom on the ankles. It is combined with traditional lacing system to keep the feet in place for a safe ride on skate and the streets.

These sneakers are available in men’s sizes ranging from 4-14. Based on the general feedback of those who purchased, it runs a tad small. Ordering a half or a size up than the usual is recommended to get that ideal fit. Women wishing to avail these sneakers may go 1.5 sizes down their usual as suggested by the brand.

Supra Hammer Run Style

As a reiteration of the Supra Hammer, Jim Greco released a continuing silhouette that steps away from its skateboarding roots. Compared to the suede upper used on the original version, the Supra Hammer Run now comes with maximum breathability and comfort. The suede accents on the back of the heels and the collar creates a subdued contrast which accentuates the simple athletic vibe of the shoe.  Because these sneakers come in 18 whopping colorways, users have a wide variety of choices.

Notable Features

As a professional skater, Jim Greco, upon conceptualizing the Hammer line, well thought of its silhouette with the intention of creating a simple looking shoe but stands out in performance. Intently fusing the benefits of the vulcanized and cup sole, the Hammer Run carries a silhouette of having a tapered front end sole that continues to a slender depth. It gives the advantage of having maximum board feel provided by the vulcanized sole. Since it is paired with geometrically-shaped pods on the outsole, it becomes the perfect pair to use for maximum grip on the ground.

Supra Hammer Run History

Founded by Angel Cabada in 2006, Supra is an American shoe brand which aims to create a sneaker classic that is superior in detail and quality. The brand partnered with professional skateboarders Tom Penny, Jim Greco, Dennis Martin, Erik Ellington, and Chad Muska in building the legendary brand. Because of the people behind the brand, Supra became strongly linked to skateboarding. However, because of its sleek design, distinctive materials, and quality craftsmanship, the brand transcended on different realms, fusing art, music, skateboarding, and street style.

Additional Info

  • A padded tongue and collar is incorporated into the shoe for top-notch comfort

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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.