439 N Fairfax Ave, Los Angeles, CA | Directions 9003634.079338 -118.361441
Neighborhoods: Central LA, CBS Television City
Supreme is a well-known and exclusive skating brand.The store has a giant indoor skate bowl, which you don't see everyday. Limited edition shoes, bags, hats and clothing, Supreme makes their stuff in limited quantities. That's what makes it so desirable to the street wear brand.
I've shopped at SUPREME recently, around mid October. Not bad, I saw some products I liked, snapped a shot on my iphone for an instagram post and picked up some pretty dope Addidas "Chewy Cannon" pro-model shoes. It was my first time actually buying something there and found it rather straight forward. I've previously heard about people having customer service issues here and I'll say that none of it occured when I went. I've been skateboarding since 1994 and walked in with my board in-hand, maybe they sensed my credibility or something. I don't know. The cashier behind the desk was none other than skateboard-legend, Javier Nunez. No groupie, I just handed him my shoe box, paid with my card, signed the receipt and kept it moving. They are the "holy-grail" of streetwear, but being cool and welcoming goes a looooong way, sorry to hear about the below reviews. Trust me though, people WILL continue shopping here and consuming a lot of what SUPREME offers.
Cool Store – Great clothing kinda pricy but whatever. If your cool with the people who work there you'll be fine. Most people feel intimidated walking in but it's just another store, really cool shop.
Horrible customer service!!! – This had to be , by far, the absolute worst customer service on the planet. Not only was there a bunch of underage snot nose punk kids hanging out swearing up a storm(where are these kids parents?)Along with Pornographic material playing on the video screen. The clerk was rude enough to say "Dont touch the folded T-shirts" Poor customer service, they even closed the store earlier than posted with only a smart-ass remark when asked why. Total freakin A-holes at that place. luckily The Hundreds & Flight Club were within a block & were very cool /proffessional...Not even close to the F#@ksticks @ supreme!! Never , ever , go there!!
yes – this place is kind of intimidating to walk into, they have a skateboard bowl in the back of the store, you can see through the windows, but overall they had good stuff, the prices were a little expensive, but i get it. and then the staff was alright
HOW 2 COP??? – it is almost impossible to cop gear from supreme at retail prices unless you want to camp out the night before or show up way early before it opens. u can buy it from resellers who price gouge . now that i live in LA maybe i can get my hot little hands on their new line this thursday, probably not. ill just wear fakes. lolz
This streetwear shop oozes urban appeal--and attitude--with its graphic apparel, edgy skate shoes and its very own in-store skate bowl. – In Short
In the heart of the Fairfax district, this airy men's boutique offers up sportswear perfect for L.A. skaters and urban hipsters. Standouts include super-saturated hoodies, bright tees and crisp, dark denim. The assortment of new-school baseball hats, colorful Nikes, candy-colored duffel bags and graphic caps are great for soaking up some of the streetwear vibe in smaller doses.
Hits: The coolest part of the store is undoubtedly the gigantic skate bowl right behind the cash register.
Misses: It seems boys will be boys--don't be surprised if you find the store clerk posse huddled behind the register chatting away instead of offering any assistance.
Skateboarding is not about acting like elitist a$$holes. AVOID! – I've been to this place multiple times only because they carry Vice magazine. Everytime I go there I am amazed by how snotty and rude the people who work there are. It's like actually answering any questions is hurting their brain. I asked if I could skate their above ground pool, to which they told me, you need to be a pro skater. However, when my blond friend (a girl) asked, they told her all she needed to do was a kickflip. (WTF?) Also, their prices are WAY too high. (Anything that says "supreme" on it will cost you at least $40-$50...if you're lucky). There are lots of cool skate shops in LA without the pretention, so I recommend trying those spots first. Chaos on Vermont is pretty good.
weakest store ever – This is my first time EVER reviewing a place. It was so bad i felt obligated in forewarning anyone who may think of stepping foot inside this place.
I've been there a few times now, and i constantly leave disappointed. To say their selection on shoes is sub par, would be putting it nice. Not only that, but every time I've gone there not once did anyone greet me or ask me if i needed help with anything. I guess that would be way too much for the 3 or 4 people standing behind the counter. I gave it one star because i had to, the system wouldn't let me give give them zero.
If you're looking for some sick shoes go one block up the street to Flight Club. Friendly sales people and a huge selection.
I don't know who owns this place but you better get rid of the morons working there or else your store wont last.
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