May 1, 2012 BY John Kim / 24
Sneaker hot-spots are growing all around the globe, but one of the longest running burners of the kick game and vintage scene is centralized in Melbourne, Australia. As part of the Carbon Festival at Melbourne’s Federation Square, Sneaker Freaker held an epic Swap Meet, gathering an eclectic crowd with one common goal of finding some rare threads, kicks, and other throwback jewels. We’ve got some of the more sneaker-centric shots from this sick gathering, so take a look at some of the highlights below and head on over to Sneaker Freaker to get a full viewing of this great event!
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the kid with the playstation sb's is a real sneakerhead. knows his shoes and actually wears them. good stuff
Prices in Australia are much more reasonable than stateside prices in my opinion. Many are able to cop things real cheap but there are always the inflated prices on some things. a friend got some busenitz for 10AUD and the mili iv's were being offered for 110 if that helps. Australia's population isn't that large and the fraction of people into sneakers is small so resell in Australia is not as prominent - which is great for us Aussies.