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The Military Trainers

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It would be an understatement for us to say canvas trainers aren't very waterproof. We'd even go as far to suggest they're like large, foot-shaped sponges capable of soaking up enough water to fill an Olympic-size swimming pool.

Thankfully, Nike and Supreme have come to the rescue with their new sneakers. Created exclusively for Supreme, these Nike Air Force 1s have been made from the material NYCO, which is traditionally used to produce military outerwear. Not only are the trainers durable, more importantly, they're waterproof.

The shoes come in three different colours (camouflage, khaki and black, pictured) and will be available in store on November 15 in London, New York and LA. For any of our readers in Japan, you can get them two days later on November 17.

Nike AF1 £80 ($128); supremenewyork.com

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