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SLAYER Team with SUPREME Street Wear For Clothing Line You Probably Can't Afford

Some of these designs look really good, but they're also pretty pricey.

Some of these designs look really good, but they're also pretty pricey.

Earlier this year, street wear clothing line Supreme teamed up with Black Sabbath for some very purple new merch. I guess the collaboration went so well that Supreme decided to team with another iconic metal group, this time Slayer.

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According to Supreme's website:

Supreme has worked with Slayer on a collection for Fall 2016. The collection consists of an M-65 Jacket, Coaches Jacket, Sweater, Waffle Thermal, Hooded Sweatshirt, Crewneck, Sweatpants, four graphic T-Shirts and a 5-Panel Hat.

Some of these designs look really good, but they're also pretty pricey. While pricing for this collection isn't currently listed, Supreme shirts currently go for $84 dollars, hoodies and sweatshirts go for $148, sweatpants go for $128 and the jackets usually cost around $300. The collection will be available at Supreme’s physical and online stores starting on November 10 (November 12 in Japan).

Would you get any of these?

slayer-all-shirts slayer-red-shirt slayer-south-of-heaven slayer-undershirt slayer-sweater slayer-sweatpants slayer-pullover-2-back slayer-hoodie-2 slayer-pullover-2 slayer-black-jacket-front slayer-black-jacket-band slayer-pullover slayer-shirt-red slayer-hoodie slayer-jacket

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