Packer continues to propel our legacy forward with the grand reopening of our Teaneck flagship store.

Located at 941 Teaneck Road, the newly designed space boasts 2,800 square feet (three times its original size) of curated collections of footwear, apparel and accessories against a classic, yet modern backdrop, embodying the spirit of Packer’s evolving legacy.

In addition to unparalleled product offerings, the Packer Teaneck store currently houses “The Consortium4D Experience” in partnership with adidas and Carbon. The large installation space celebrates the future of footwear with an immersive up-close look at Carbon’s incredible 4D printing technology.

To celebrate the store opening, we’re giving our loyal customers the chance to get their own Futurecraft 4D. With any in-store purchase of $100 or more from our Teaneck location, customers will receive a numbered 4D-printed pyramid and will automatically be entered into a raffle for the chance to win a free pair of the Adidas Futurecraft 4D (limit one per customer).

Winning numbers will be drawn in-store at Teaneck on Saturday, September 29th at 4pm. Raffle winners must be in attendance with their 4D pyramid in-hand to claim their pair. Please note that due to limited supply, winners are not guaranteed to receive their requested size.

Reopening Friday, September 21st (1pm-7pm)

941 Teaneck Road, Teaneck, NJ 07666

*While supplies last


When the adidas Equipment line first launched in 1991, its goal was to be “Everything that’s essential. Nothing that’s not,” and that included a very minimal approach to color. The initial EQT line-up is best remembered for its running silhouettes and their instantly recognizable white/green color scheme — a look that went against the grain by shifting the focus strictly to performance rather than relying on the bright color applications that dominated footwear trends at the time.

But the EQT line meant much more than running, as it covered the gamut of footwear categories and athletic needs. One of the true high-points of the early EQT output was the “Adventure Equipment” line, featuring a full range of rugged outdoor footwear options that not only demonstrated the versatility of the brand’s new direction, but also introduced a wider spectrum of colors and materials.

The Packer x adidas EQT ’91 celebrates the classic EQT Adventure palettes by taking color cues from archive models to create an homage to this seminal era of adidas footwear. The shoe features a combination of premium suedes and leather complemented by heavy duty mesh and technical synthetics.

Limited to only 250 pairs and available exclusively at Packer, the shoe will release in-store 12 noon Friday, September 21st, at the Packer Teaneck grand re-opening for a retail price of $155. An online release will follow on Saturday, September 22nd, at 12 noon EST at packershoes.com.


Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Court Purple” ($160)

The iconic Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG gets a familiar colorblocking using black, white, and purple. Tumbled purple leather hits the collar, heel, and toebox with black on the throat, Swoosh, and upper collar. Sail white hits the quarter and medial panels, adding contrast in a formula that has worked well on several iterations of this classic sneaker.

Available in-store only at our Teaneck location on September 22nd (First come, first serve).

Nike Air Max Uptempo 97 “Triple Black”

Scottie Pippen’s Nike Air Max Uptempo 97 is a classic 90s basketball sneaker from the era that defined Nike’s hoops legacy. This version blacks out the model, from the suede and smooth leather upper, the midsole, and the outsole with it’s cut-out portion, which reveals the full-length Air unit.

Available through email order on September 22nd through Teaneck@PackerShoes.com.

Puma Clyde Court “Disrupt” ($120)

Puma relaunches its basketball line with the release of the Clyde Court Disrupt. After signing a trio of promising rookies to the brand, the first sneaker to emerge pays homage to the past by enlisting the Clyde as a base and adding “1973” to the heel pull, the year the Clyde burst on the scene. To update the model for the rigors of today’s game, the upper is constructed from a knit material to add breathability and increased cushioning visible through a semi-translucent cupsole.

Available now, in-store only at our Jersey City location.

adidas x Raf Simmons
adidas and Raf Simons continue successful collaborative models with two new Stan Smiths and two newv Ozweegos.  Illustrations of Raf and Stan appear on the tongue logos of the two new colorways of the Stan Smith in pink and cream, where debossed heel logos and new black text appears beneath the heel tab and on the same side as a perforated R logo. The Ozweego, well ahead of the trend for over-sized soles and retro design, again gets a subtle update, adding leather to the pods which were previously plastic and translucent. Mesh and leather split colorways are available with one model with a black top and white bottom and the other with a navy top and pink bottom.
Available now online at PackerShoes.com and tomorrow at our newly renovated Teaneck location.

adidas by Raf Simons Ozweego – Tacros/DkBlue/Dkblue ($400)


adidas by Raf Simons Ozweego -CWhite/CBlack/CBlack ($400)


adidas by Raf Simons Stan Smith -Tacros/Blipnk/Ftwwht ($300)


adidas by Raf Simons Stan Smith -CWhite/Cbrown/Ftwwht ($300)

carhartt WIP x Converse Incubate One Star

Carhartt WIP and Converse collaborate for three minimal colorways of the Incubate One Star. Military-inspired details like Cordura nylon uppers, spec numbers printed on the sidewalls, and a metal d-ring on the heel appear on the white, olive, and black colorways with Carhartt branding on the tongue, lace tips, and insoles.

Now available online on PackerShoes.com and tomorrow at our newly Renovated Teaneck location.


carhartt WIP x Converse Incubate One Star – Herbal/Medium Olive/Black ($110)


carhartt WIP x Converse Incubate One Star – White/White/Vibrant Orange ($110)


carhartt WIP x Converse Incubate One Star – Black/Black ($110)

Nike Air Vapormax FK Utility “Pink Blast” – Black/Black-Grid Iron ($225)

The Nike Air Vapormax FK Utility gets a bold colorway punctuated with hits of pink and yellow. This colorway boasts a black Flyknit upper with hits of grey and bits of yellow on the lace bands and heel pull. Pink hits the full Vapormax unit, adding pop to the model.

Available through email order at Teaneck@PackerShoes.com.

adidas Yeezy Boost 700 “Waverunner” ($300)

The popular Yeezy Boost silhouette, the 700, gets a re-release after its limited initial drop. Boasting a wider shape than the sleek 350, the shoe evokes 90s models with its oversized sole with Boost cushioning beneath a rubber shell. Bursts of bright orange hit the outsole, with pine green and blue panels on the toebox that are set against grey and black panels on the upper.

Available online at PackerShoes.com at 10AM EST.