October 21, 2011 BY John Kim / 16
If you’re looking for that age-old grail – that one shoe you had when you were a kid that you won’t stop until you get in your hands again, eBay is probably your best bet. Despite all the Retro sneakers that have released over the years, for most brands, the majority of the entire 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s catalogs have remained untouched. Some of the gems that have surfaced from one single seller are the James Worthy New Balance P700s, the turf-ready Nike Land Shark along with a grip of Nike Trainers and Runners, a pair of the Asics Gel Intensity, Ewing Rogues, and a ton more from various brands. Check out some of the bright spots from this vintage treasure trove and visit all these live auctions from rosker on eBay. Thanks to SF for the heads up.
You can find vintage GS sizes at almost any mom and pop shop for like $15. At least in Chicago you can. Unless you got some infant sneakerheads, they wont be moving.
This fool has some heat. I had the Ewings in 5th grade. Air Icarus used to be my ish. OG Trainer are the ish.
the sad thing is all u can do is stare at those puppies cause once u wear them its a wrap they done for