The Supreme Box Logo design has been an iconic design that the company has had for over the past 20 years.
The demand for the Box Logo’s as attracted more than what supply can provide — leading to a huge markup on the reselling/consignment markets.
Supreme have released numerous Box Logo’s throughout the past years and many being relatively rare to find.
Here is a list of the most expensive and rare Supreme Box Logo’s currently available for purchases;
- Supreme Coca-Cola Box Logo Tee
Average Listing Price: $1,200-$3,000
Release Year: 1997
Supreme released their own rendition of the Coca-Cola Logo back in 1997.
Supreme was lucky enough to get pass copyright infringement since the the brand was smaller then it is now.
2. Supreme x Bape Box Logo Tee
Average Listing Price: $5,000-$25,000
Release Year: 1998–2002
Supreme x Bape Box Logo first appeared in the market between the years of 1998 and 2002.
A few of the colors are so rare that you cannot find them in the market.
A few that are available range from $5000 depending on the colorway and condition to as high as the Bape Box Logo Blue which released in 2002 — listed on eBay for a buy now of $25,000
3. Supreme x Louis Vuitton Box Logo Tee/Hoodie
Average Listing Price: $1,200-$7,000
Release Year: 2017
One of the most hyped release Supreme has done in recent years with a very limited collaboration with Designer company Louis Vuitton.
The collection considered of a Box Logo Hoodie and a Box Logo Tee.
4. Supreme Sopranos Box Logo Tee
Average Listing Price: $3,000-$5,000
Release Year: 1999
Sopranos was a popular was popular crime TV series that aired from 1999 until 2007.
It’s a simplistic box logo with “R” shaped as a gun. These box logo tee is super rare since it was limited and a few pairs remain in the market.
A lot of them have cracked due to age.
5. Supreme Hebrew Box Logo Tee
Average Listing Price: $1,200 -$3,000
Release Year: 2004
In 2004, Supreme opened a Los Angles store on Fairfax. These Tee was made for the first opening of the store — similar to the Brooklyn Box Logo when the Brooklyn store first opened.