Supreme is notorious for being difficult to get your hands on upon release. The resell prices aside, simply finding the item you want from a Supreme drop proves to be a difficult task for the average consumer. Named “the world’s first Supreme exclusive marketplace,” Strictlypreme could be the new go-to for sellers and buyers.
Optimized for smartphones, tablets and desktop computers, Strictlypreme plans to make copping Supreme gear functional and rewarding. On-site, shoppers can choose from select categories such as clothing, accessories, and shoes, with additional filters for locations and shipping.
Each sale is monitored by the Strictlypreme team who are also on hand to deal with any disputes. Catered to a global market, sales are supported in numerous currencies, including GB pounds, US dollars, JP YEN, and Euros. There’s also PayPal integration. According to the website, Strictlypreme takes a 5 percent commission on the total transaction, with the rest going straight to the seller.
“Like it or not, the limited edition nature of Supreme means that the reselling opportunity is always going to be there,” said founder Jonathan Graham. “However, Strictlypreme was not set up with the intention of just helping people make an extra $20 USD on a Supreme tee, but with the primary goal of creating a diverse and easily navigated Supreme inventory,” he continued.
To see what’s already available, visit Strictlypreme now.