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Look: Wilfried Zaha Struts His Stuff In $700 Supreme x North Face Jacket

Look: Wilfried Zaha Struts His Stuff In $700 Supreme x North Face Jacket

Football players showing off their fashion game is a fairly common sight these days, although some players know how to do it better than others. 

One particular ‘drip master’, whose cold fits are often overlooked is Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha.

The 30-year-old is known for his bag of tricks on the pitch, but off it, he’s been serving up stylish looks to little recognition.

Zaha is a proper hypebeast, obsessed with fashionable streetwear, and he’s very particular about his apparel choices as well.

The Ivory Coast International has a fondness for limited-edition clothing, which fans found through an episode of ‘The Garms Dealer’ featuring Zaha.

In it, the forward asked for some rare gear from labels including the likes of Prada, Palm Angels and Amiri.

Another luxury streetwear brand Zaha often frequents is Supreme,  the forward has assembled various fits featuring Supreme clothing and posted them on his Instagram as well.

Zaha is currently sidelined with an injury he picked up against Newcastle, one that could take up to 6 weeks of recovery time.

With some recreational time to spare, the forward recently put together another breezy outfit, featuring a rare Supreme Jacket and a pair of iconic Jordan IVs.

He took to his Instagram to share the look, and we’re to dissect the clothing on display.

The star of the show is undoubtedly the Supreme x North Face Jacket, dropped as part of a collaboration last Fall.

Made for sustaining the coldest of conditions, the jacket is made up of three nylon shell layers.

Emblazoned all over is an eye-catching graphic of New York City’s Time Square.

The other hot-ticket item from the ensemble is the sneakers.

A modern rendition of 2006’s Air Jordan IV, the retro ‘Black Cat’ is a stylized re-release, deriving its name from one of Michael Jordan’s nicknames.

Present throughout is a matte-black finish to achieve a blackout look.

Further flourishes are added through the use of graphite, as seen on the Jumpman logo present on the tongue.

Zaha paired the fit with a muted expression and a caption that read ‘Do I look bothered about what they doing.’

As you can imagine, both items are hard to come by on retail markets, but on online stores, the shoes can be copped for around $700, while the jacket is available for upwards of $300.