Half of the staff are pretty friendly & chill, the other half of the staff were a little rude. Perhaps not rude but jittery & anxious. A name that brands itself as counter culture at large? The customer service was not surprisingly mind-blowing as I recently bought my Isle skateboard. The whole experience of buying my board meant being told off by 2 members of staff (For first looking at the board & for knocking on the door just to check they got the right grip tape). All this while they had some interview with Bad Brains (DC hardcore punk)on the flat Screen. Counter culture gone SWAG = Hypebeast. Anyway I should have gone a real sk8 shop.
© Rob Greig
Time Out says
Posted: Mon Oct 17 2011
The London outpost of New York's legendary skate shop brings together the cult brand's skatewear including apparel, accessories and decks. Ongoing collaborations with musicians, artists and designers ensures Supreme maintains the edgy style it originally made its name with back in 1994.
Supreme 2-3 Peter Street