It’s always the same with Supreme. The more hyped and desired an item is, the more likely it’ll sell faster than you can say, Jack Robinson. And Supreme SS19 is no exception. Streetwear fans from all across the globe stood in physical and virtual queues waiting for their chance to cop every Supreme drop.
And as the hype for Supreme items is grand, buying Supreme online is only possible through botting. Using a Supreme bot, a user can purchase any items he desires, online, and without much effort from his side. In fact, Supreme bots can help you add to cart and checkout any item way faster than you could ever do. Hence, the incredibly fast Supreme sellout times every week.
Below is a list of the fastest selling apparel pieces and accessories from Supreme SS19.
Fastest Selling Supreme SS19 Clothing Pieces
So here’s a rundown of the fastest 15 apparel pieces to sellout so far during Supreme SS19.
As for the accessories, it’s a fact now that fans usually go after the clothing pieces first, making the sellout time of Supreme accessories somewhat longer. But they’re still not attainable without a Supreme bot.
Top 3 Supreme SS19 Collabs
Supreme collaborations are an added selling point to your infinite list of why you should buy Supreme. Every new season brings new collabs that make the brand more valuable, more sellable, and a lot more difficult to cop. So, what are the top collabs so far in Supreme SS19?
Supreme X Jean Paul Gaultier
If we were to rank Supreme ss19 collaborations based on luxury and fanciness, this collab would rank first. Jean Paul Gaultier’s expanded Supreme collection included jackets, pants, shirts, and sneakers. In addition to a belt, 2 color options of a pair of glasses and the brand’s infamous ‘Le Male’ perfume.
Supreme X Meissen
To create one of the priciest accessories of Supreme SS19, the brand collaborated with Europe’s premier porcelain manufacturer, Meissen on a figurine. Meissen dates back to the early 18th century. It was the first in the country to produce hard-paste porcelain used to create fine chinaware and collectible decorative figurines. Those Meissen figurines are worth on average $1000 with the more coveted ones demanding above $8000.
The Supreme Meissen cupid figurine priced just below $4,000 costs the same as:
- 6.5 Swarovski Bogos
- 8 Jean Paul Gaultier Faux Fur Cats
- 10 The North Face Jackets
- 133 Hot Wheels Fleet flyers
And though that’s a lot of money to shed on a single item, that one item can fetch you a net profit of over $3000. So rather than worrying about selling 100+ Hot Wheels, flipping just one figurine would be enough to call this Supreme SS19 season a win for you. Unless the delivery man F…s it up for you!
For its 25th Anniversary, Supreme alongside Austrian crystal experts, Swarovski, collaborated on a celebratory capsule. The pack included a T-shirt and hooded sweatshirt and had the signature Supreme Box Logo made out of Swarovski crystals.
How many crystals exactly?
1,201 Swarovski crystals were used on the Hoodie and 1,161 crystals on the tee. All crystals were delicately applied by hand in NYC and In keeping with its New York roots, each crystal Box Logo will be applied meticulously by hand in NYC. The Box Logo hoodie was available in gray, black, navy and red while the tee was available in white, black and red.
Although this was considered one of the fanciest and most luxurious versions of Supreme’s Bogo, some issues were encountered. Major issues!
Some customers complained that the crystals making up the Supreme logo were falling off after washing. Why would ANYONE place such a precious piece in a washing machine? Why?!
— Supreme DROPS (@dropssupreme) April 29, 2019
Supreme always sells out. Always. The brand’s emphasis on scarcity and exclusivity makes it an all-time favorite for streetwear fans, and resellers. And whether it takes an item 3 seconds or 30 to hit the reselling platforms, some profit is almost always guaranteed with Supreme.