There's no doubt that today's Supreme release was going to be trouble. With a slew of gear that had both hypebeasts and casual fans interested, there's no way that this was going to be an easy Thursday for any hopeful shoppers.

Oh, and by the way, did we mentioned that the Supreme site actually crashed. Yes, it's hard to cop gear on the website, thanks to a deluge of resellers and (albeit dwindling) bot behavior. But add in a site crash into the mix, and...well, it's like trying to lock down a pair of Yeezy Boosts on adidas' website

Even before the drop, there was hesitation. 

 

 

But when a surprise slowdown hit Supreme's webshop, it was clear how many people were scared of missing out on today's release (and salty when they lost a shot at the gear in their carts).

 

 

But site crash or no, there were definitely going to be a few unlucky hypebeasts who would strike out at checkout.

 

 

But without a doubt, the most controversial item in the release was the now-infamous Supreme crowbar—which, of course, sold out almost instantly.

 

 

While this Fall/Winter 2015 drop had a few interesting quirks, it's effectively par for the course when it comes to a Supreme release Thursday.

 

 

Head over to Supreme to cop what's remaining (if anything).