First Vans collaboration with Supreme In 2020

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After the reveal of their Air Force 1 pair back in March, Supreme has been fairly quiet inside the footwear region. Nevertheless, Vans makes the streetwear company shift it when four Sk8-Hi Pro and Slip-On Pro pairs are being planned for the Supreme Spring / Summer 2020 series.

Supreme and Vans have, as with their previous collaborations, taken the “all-over-pattern” route to release July 9th. Yet every Sk8-Hi Pro and Slip-On Pro provides a much more subdued arrangement, especially when compared to the diamond-etched sextet in spring / summer 2019.

Traditional blue , green, and white palettes set the tone for the hole punch designs Supreme implemented on the latter item around the luxury suede and denim uppers of all four pairs. All Sk8-Hi Pro and Slip-On Pro pairs both display leather padding, co-branded license plates, and vulcanized outsoles, but only “SUPREME” text at the heel is embroidered by the big model dons. – Adapted from Sneaker News

The number of active Covid-19 cases in Rembau, Negeri Sembilan rose sharply on Friday (May 8), according to the Health Ministry’s National Crisis Preparedness and Response Centre (CPRC).

Based on the CPRC infographics shared via Ministry’s social media accounts, the number of active cases in Rembau district increased to 59 compared with only seven cases recorded on Thursday (May 7).

The drastic increase is believed to be the result of the discovery of a new cluster in the area, dubbed the “Pedas cluster”, by the Ministry about a week ago involving 53 foreign workers who tested positive for Covid-19 at a factory in Pedas, Rembau.

Meanwhile, as of noon Friday, there were 10 districts classified as red zones throughout the country, namely, three in Selangor; four in the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur; one in Johor and two in Sarawak.

In Selangor, the districts are Petaling (53 cases), Hulu Langat (55) and Gombak (80); Kluang in Johor (49); as well as Kuching (100) and Kota Samarahan (43) in Sarawak.

Meanwhile in Kuala Lumpur, the areas are Batu (101), Kampung Baru (67), Sri Petaling (45) and several other areas in the capital (144).

The red zone represents areas with more than 41 Covid-19 positive cases, yellow zone (one to 40 cases) and green zone (no case).

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