Monday, October 12, 2015

2015 Topps Supreme Baseball Box Break Recap and Review

In the past Topps Supreme Baseball has come with expectations that are lower than some other premium products due to design and use of sticker autos. 2015 Topps Supreme Baseball way exceeds those expectations and is revamped to feature on-card autos and skillfully don't multilayer edging, thus ending the need for on-card hit seekers to wait for other high end products.

2015 Topps Supreme Baseball fits into our Premium Cards category.  This Hobby Exclusive comes with 1 pack per box, 2 cards per pack, both autographed cards. 

Here are the cards we pulled from our box.

Base Set

Raisel Iglesias green #/50

Kolton Wong Simply Supreme Autograph

Overall Look
The move to primarily on-card autographs and multilayer die cut edging details changes the entire feel of Supreme from a low entry point card to a premium offering. This is top notch design and worth of consideration for all collectors now.

Quality and Variety of Players
The mix here is pretty even between rookie and proven players, much more balanced this year.

Do the hits satisfy?
There are some legitimately great pulls from this product with odds well within expected norms for a premium product.

Will you keep coming back for more?
With the rework of Supreme this now becomes an easy go to product.

4 1/2 out of 5

2015 Topps Supreme easily becomes the comeback product of the year. Huge turn around and all for the better.

Review box provided by Topps

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