Classics Revisited: Nike “Clerks” Pack (2005-2006)

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NIKE PACK WEEK

Over the last several weeks, Sneaker News has covered a nice variety (albeit a small chunk of the massive library of sneakers) of notable releases from the last decade for Classics Revisited consisting of Air Max collaborations, early-era Foamposites, and even Air Jordan Lows. Each of the aforementioned carry some heavy weight, but special attention must be given to one particular piece of verbage that continues to be used today – the sneaker ‘Pack’. What a ‘Pack’ annotates is either an official or un-official gathering of sneakers that fall under on specific sub-category – the recent ‘Home Run Derby’ Pack of the Nomo and two Griffeys being a prime example. Beginning in 2005, Nike teamed up with a number of notable sneaker retailers for the ‘Clerks’ Pack, which involved a veritable list of reputable shops like UNDFTD, Stussy, Huf, and Size? over the span of one year. Three major cities were targeted for the Clerks Pack, beginning with Los Angeles in 2005, and followed by London and San Francisco in 2006.

The first leg of the Clerks Pack begin in Los Angeles with Stussy (Blazer Mid ’73), Union (Air Force 180), and UNDFTD (Dunk High NL) and released in 2005; of the three, the Air Force 180 is certainly the attention-grabber of the bunch, with the high-rise silhouette given an astounding visual punch with safari print, a gradient white/pink midsole, and the color-blotted spots on the ankle collar and insole. The Clerks Pack continued in London (April 2006) with three Air Max silhouettes (Air Max 90, Air Stab, and Air Classic BW) with the Air Max 90, inspired by the scenic colors of Brighton Beach, being the most coveted of the three, and finally in San Francisco (July 2006) with NORT (Dunk High), Huf (Air Max 90), and True (Air Humara). If anyone has all nine of the original Clerks Pack to call their own, many kudos for owning one of the most memorable ‘Pack’ releases in Nike history!

Nike Clerks Pack – Los Angeles

UNDFTD x Nike Dunk High NL
Blue Reef/Cotton Candy-Black
312205-461
2005

Union x Nike Air Force 180
White/Bright Rose-New Slate
312206-161
2005

Stussy x Nike Blazer Mid ’73
Vapor/Safari-Metallic Gold
312209-231
2005

Nike Clerks Pack – London

Size? x Nike Air Max 90
Bone/Teal-Baroque Brown
312334-231
04/2006

Size? x Nike Air Stab
Voltage Yellow/White-Black
314189-711
04/2006

Size? x Nike Air Classic BW
Black/Black-White-Orange Blaze
314190-001
04/2006

Nike Clerks Pack – San Francisco

Huf x Nike Air Max 90
Baroque Brown/Baroque Brown-Metallic Gold
314609-221
07/15/06

NORT x Nike Dunk High
Black/White-Black
314263-012
07/15/06

True x Nike Air Humara
Fern/Olive Grey-Green-Bean-Army Olive
314086-302
07/15/06

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7 comments
donadamsky
donadamsky

stussy blazers are fresh to death. simplicity is great

Steved23
Steved23

Never been one to wear pink, but those Union x Nike Air Force 180's are so ill.

umdaman
umdaman

...AIRFORCE 180! That's some rare-air...right there.

Dezfriednutz
Dezfriednutz

Glad I was able to purchase the union 180 that summer even though I paid $220 it's better than what thu going for now. I missed out on those 90s though.

BestGuest
BestGuest

The Union 180s were amazing.

milyon
milyon

Please Nike bring back Union x Nike Air Force 180!!!!

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