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Flying Sneakers Carnival Event Recap

August 14th, 2013 by / 8

It’s always interesting to see how sneaker collectors on the other side of the globe get down. The most latest piece of evidence shedding some light on the sneaker scene out in Asia is this, an event recap from the recent Flying Sneakers Carnival. During the day the show played host to plenty of rarities, PEs, and unreleased pairs including the still-not-out Jordan CP3.VII, some signed Allen Iverson memorabilia, and quite an impressive haul of Foamposites. See the scenes from the Flying Sneakers Carnival with us after the click and let us know if you’d like to make it out East to check out an event like this.


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8 comments
custom
custom

i've always said to myself the m7 are the best melo's of all time in that color way i would be a must cop. those need to re release.

XtianMiranda
XtianMiranda

adidas eqt elevation, i've been looking for you the whole time

owolfson1
owolfson1

no doubt i would make this trip


Jokoko
Jokoko

Which country in Asia? Give more details!!!!!



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