SUPRA Donavyn “Spring Breakers”

March 12, 2013 | 7

supra-spring-breakers-donavyn-1To celebrate the movie Spring Breakers, SUPRA teams up with director Harmony Korine on a special pair of Donavyns.

What is most likely to be coined as a reverse south beach colorway (which technically  it is), the Donavyn makes use of a mix of hot pink on the upper and turquoise on the sole. The sneaker is more than just a two-toned colorway, with the colors being chosen for a specific reason:

The Spring Breakers Donavyn is a casually elegant low top, redolent of a dress shoe, with a color story that, at first glance, is as bizarre as some of Harmony’s scripts. But the hot pink and turquoise color story was chosen as a nod to another ubiquitous Florida institution, the hit 80’s TV show Miami Vice. The upper is constructed from a unique, hot pink leather that looks shiny and wet like patent leather, but is actually a premium full-grain leather that technology has only recently been able to furnish with these kinds of extreme hues and textures—this is one of the first shoes in the world to feature this new material. It also has three pairs of laces (black, hot pink, and turquoise), a padded black mesh lining, and it’s constructed on a bright turquoise vulcanized sole with a double layer of turquoise foxing. Only 100 pairs of the Spring Breakers Donavyn were created.

These are set to drop with the film with no details on an in-store or online release.

supra-spring-breakers-donavyn-2 supra-spring-breakers-donavyn-3 supra-spring-breakers-donavyn-4

About the Author (Author Profile)

I write a little here and there for TSG... I'm the Gary Payton of sneakers cause I talk a lot... Follow me on Twitter: @Jawrduhn.
  • KayGotKicks

    These are ugly

  • Mamba

    Not feeling these at all

  • JB

    WACK.

  • DeathOverDesigner

    These are dope!

  • Prestige

    Only 100 pairs? I’d love to have these but that’s not gonna happen!

  • Dre23

    Not my style

  • mask

    These were inspired by the south beach LeBrons that were inspired by miami vice.