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Supreme and Timberland Are Getting a Little Wild in Their New Collaboration

The latest team-up from the brands features a pair of leopard-print shoes.
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Supreme and Timberland have teamed up once more, this time on the latter's iconic 3-Eye Classic Lug Shoe. The style is basically a beefed-up, badass version of a boat shoe, complete with a moc-toe and 360 lacing. What sets it apart—other than the Timberland lineage—is the chunky sole more suited to the street than the deck of a sailboat. 

But when it comes to this latest collab, that's not what most people will be looking at. Instead, their eyes will be firmly trained on the standout of the two pairs, featuring a leopard-print calf hair upper: 

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On the other end of the loudness spectrum is an all-black version, which keeps the calf hair upper but tones everything else down entirely. It's not the neck-breaker of the duo, but it's probably a lot easier for most guys to wear:  

The collaboration is already available in Supreme stores in Manhattan, Brooklyn, L.A., London, and Paris, and is sure to fly off the shelves immediately. If you're not near one of Supreme's physical locations, you can always battle with the bots online. 

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Philosophical implications aside (though, you might want to consider the true cost of any potential purchase, including this one), these are some damn good shoes. Sure, just like every hype-fueled release from Supreme, they're probably going to sell out in the blink of an eye. But who knows? Maybe you'll be one of the lucky ones.

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This story originally appeared on Esquire.com. Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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