Sneaker Battle 2012 @ PHANTACi, Taipei – Event Recap

July 5, 2012 BY

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Sneaker events are all about interacting with the community and taking pleasure in viewing some of the rarest kicks in the world, but in this recent event out in Taipei, things got a little bit competitive. Check out Sneaker Battle 2012 that was held in PHANTACi in Taipei, where some of the greatest sneaker collectors in the area came together to showcase the best from their respective collections in standalone exhibits. Instead of a mass sea of shoes, each showcase featured a select group of pairs, cutting out the ‘quantity’ for an outstanding group of ‘quality’. You’ll recognize some of the names in here, like PHANTACi, which displayed an unreleased version of their Black Piano Air Max 1, and Carter, who boasted his Air Jordan XI ‘Randy Moss’ PE. We’ve got a complete look at the sick displays below, so take a look and let us know who wins this Sneaker Battle! Photos: kenlu

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