The rumor has been circulating for quite a long time now. Supposedly opening a new shop in Bordeaux, France, the streetwear brand is allegedly planning to open its second store located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York.
As soon as the allegations started to spread, rumors around a new grand opening bogo tee spreaded on social media.
Similarly to the OVO Store, they choose a close street affiliated skateboarder from the OG Supreme Team to operate as store manager, Jefferson Pang.
While no official word has been announced yet, keep it locked on our site for any confirmation.
Supreme Will Be Opening Up Their Second NewYork Store In Brooklyn 👀 – Rumors has it the store will be located in Williamsburg – There will be a Grand Opening BoxLogo as well & the manager will be Jefferson Pang OG Preme Team – No info on when this will be happening but 🔜🔜 👀 – Spread Love It’s The Brooklyn Way🗽🍎 – Shouts the 🐐 @bkthegod
Interview with Jefferson Pang
Where did you grow up?
Brooklyn, New York
How did you get into skating?
This is a pretty long story. I got into skateboarding my freshman year of high school. One of the guys in my homeroom class, who also lived in my neighborhood, was a skateboarder. Back in those days, we used fight pretty often as kids. I happened to get into a fight with the skateboarder the previous summer and discovered that he was in my homeroom class as I walked into my freshman year of high school. He was like my archenemy. After two weeks of mad dogging each other and not talking, I came across him in my neighborhood riding a skateboard with a bunch of his friends. I asked him if I could use his skateboard and from that day on we became really good friends.
What was your first proper setup?
This is pretty embarrassing: 1986, Billy Ruff board, Gullwing trucks, 1/2″ riser pads with wheels and bearings off of my roller skates. Everything was used; I think I got the entire set up for about 20 dollars.
Who was in your skate crew growing up?
Skate crew in the beginning was just a bunch of people from the neighborhood. After two years we started venturing to the Brooklyn banks on weekends. Peter Huynh was the main connection, Michael Hernandez was also another person l would roll with a bunch.
What skaters (pro or not pro) do you think influenced you when you were a little kid coming up?
Wow, there were so many. Jerry Henderson, Mark Gonzales (of course), Natas, Mike V, Jason Lee, Julian Stranger, Aaron Lenox (NYC ripper), Peter Huynh, and Michael Hernandez … Read more