June 30th, 2014 by Patrick Johnson / 0
Sneaker Con arrived in Los Angeles this post weekend to make history – not only would there be free admission, but thanks to a partnering with the BET Experience, the event would last two days. With that, there were double the amount of sneakerheads waiting to grab a look at double the amount of exclusives, PEs, and unreleased samples. Ace of Customs was on site to customize sneakers as well, so be sure to get with us after the click for a full rundown on the latest Sneaker Con to roll through Los Angeles and be ready for the next stop when the traveling sneaker show arrives in New York City on July 26th.
I'm glad I fronted on the concord low.Iv'e never seen so many of the same sneaker in one spot.especially with the variety surrounding them...smh.
Man, LA (Besides NY, Chicago, Paris & Tokyo) get everything SMFH. So many dope kicks! Shame they're asking resell prices. Eventually, we'll see Nike/Jordan demand $1K+ for sneakers. XD
@trianglechokevt agreed...i wasnt that impressed with them from the jump. the infrared lows suit me just fine
@"C.E.O." anyone who will pay 1k for a normal retro is a fool...