Ewing Collection Feature in Sneaker Freaker 24
2012 is proving to be an awesome ‘comeback’ year for almost all the sneaker brands across the board. Nike is re-releasing some great Trainers and Reebok is getting back in the game with the Questions, but nothing screams ‘throwback’ and tingles the nostalgic bone more than the return of Ewing Athletics. What makes the Ewing comeback that much more enticing is that the label is keeping a tight seal on the project, leaving us with nothing more than memories, the slim selection of pictures on the internet, and the occasional treat directly from the Ewing Athletics Twitter. Sneaker Freaker jumped into the excitement with a sick vintage Ewing feature, highlighting one dedicated collector’s forgotten gems like the 33 Hi, the Rogue, and the Empire – the final bow of Ewing Athletics in 1996. The return of the Ewing will certainly send a galvanizing shock through the body of the sneaker community, so check out a sneak peek at the Ewing Athletics spread from Sneaker Freaker 24 below and cop the issue right now! Photos: streething
DOPE! I had a pair of Ewing lows in the 7th grade with the mustard yellow suede and gum bottom. Oaktree silk patterned shirts... ah man 92 was the shit!... came with the lil ball and chain too... lol I thought I was bawlin!!
MAN THESE ARE FRESH lol glad companies are showing out now, I think Nike is starting to smell themselves
Those Ewing Rogue's were the sh!t back in the day. Today's generation wouldn't know anything about that
OAKTREE SHIRTS!!!! Now you are showing your age sir. Lol. I had a Mustard, green and purple Triple Fat goose (worn inside out of course) with those mustard lows back in 92. Add a white tee, Malcolm X hat with kinte cloth brim a chain and cross colors and I was doing it. It was simple back then..
I agree...I been sayin for a minute now that Nike releasing all these retros is jus gonna open the door for all the other sneaker companies to drop their heat from the 90's...I kno where I grew up Nike didn't have the game on smash back in the 90's like they do now, so it's the perfect time for other companies to get theirs in