Denmark’s NAKED sneaker boutique is internationally recognized as a leader in female sneaker shopping, and they have collaborated with adidas for a new silhouete called the ARKYN. This model boasts frayed black Primeknit on the upper and subtle white Three Stripes branding on the inner panel of this shoe with a mid-top sock-lined design. White Boost cushioning with a black plug on the heel provides cushioning and stability to round out the model. Accompanying the new footwear silhouette is a take on some of adidas Originals’ most iconic pieces, the three-stripe tracksuit bottoms ($100) and a funnel neck tracksuit top ($120).

The entire collection will be available tonight at midnight EST online at

NAKED x adidas Consortium WMNS Arkyn ($200)


Air Max 180 “OG” “Bright Concord” ($130)

With Air Max Day drawing near, another classic model hits the shelves in an original colorway of the Air Max 180. With hits of concord on the heel, liner, and above the Air unit, the model adds pop to a base of white mesh with cream suede overlays. Hits of bright orange hit the Swoosh and tongue, leaving a popular late-90s colorway in tact.

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Nike Air More Uptempo “Black Reflective” ($170)

Nike’s 1996 classic, the Air More Uptempo has emerged as a go-to retro. This triple black rendition boasts a nubuck upper with 3M outlining on the “AIR” letters across the upper. The classic ridged midsole covers a full-length exposed Air unit as the base for this minimally-designed basketball shoe.

Available tomorrow, March 17th in-store at our Teaneck location and by email order at

Nike WMNS Air Max 1 Premium SC – Blue ($140)

Following up on an all-yellow version of the Nike Air Max 1 Premium SC, women get another version, this time in diffused blue and navy. Tumbled leather hits the upper with a navy suede mudguard.  A jeweled Nike Swoosh hits the quarter panel for more subtle branding than the original Air Max 1, while the white midsole adds contrast, along with a gum outsole for a classic finish.

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adidas Running UltraBoost 4.0 “Oreo” ($200)

Dubbed the “cookies and cream” or “Oreo” colorway, the black and white mixture on this adidas UltraBoost is one of its most well-received versions. For this rendition, a mottled Primeknit upper is punctuated with a white cage and liner and a black heel cup and Boost midsole. A 3M tongue tab adds a bit of shine, while a black Continental outsole completes the look and adds premium traction.

Available now in-store at both Packer locations and online at

Air Jordan 9 Retro – Black/Anthracite-University Red ($190)

The Air Jordan 9 came out in 1993, a time when Jordan had already become an international star, which is part of this model’s inspiration with words from several languages describing MJ’s greatness and a logo with a Jumpman over a globe. This minimal retro version applies black smooth leather across the upper and includes subtle red hits on the tongue, midsole Jumpman, and globe logo on the heel.

Available tomorrow, March 10th in-store at our Teaneck location and by email order at

Digging into its archives, adidas unearths two silhouettes meant to celebrate the 90s “Summer of Love” and rave culture in its Spezial collection. Two Glenbuck runners–one in cream grey, red, and black and another in pastel green shades, white and navy– showcase vintage adidas styling via mesh uppers with suede overlays on the heel, toe, and lace panels set over a webbed EVA midsole. The Indoor Kreft bears a resemblance to the recently-released handball shoe, as this model uses premium pigskin and mesh with a padded collar set over a translucent gum outsole.

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adidas Originals Indoor Kreft SPZL – White/Grey/Blue ($100)

adidas Originals Glenbuck SPZL – Jade Green/White/Navy ($130)

adidas Originals Glenbuck SPZL – White/Black/Red ($130)

Two New Balance 247s and an M997 drop in time for warmer climates. One 247 has a pastel palate of dusted peach, grey, and sage, while another has mint, light grey, and tan for an alternative seasonally-appropriate colorway. A more traditional model, the M997, arrives with thick suede across the upper and mesh on the toebox with a mix of grey shades and a pop of bright blue on the heel and teal on the collar for an effective mix of tones over a white ENCAP midsole.

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New Balance M997CA “Color Spectrum” – Grey/Blue ($210)

New Balance MRL247SM – Moon/Silver Mint ($90)

New Balance MRL247PK – Dusted Peach/Seed ($90)


Nike Air Max 97 – Obsidian ($170)

A monochromatic obsidian Nike Air Max 97 puts a crisp minimal spin on the silhouette.  Smooth leather and mesh hit across the panels on the upper and 3M hits in different shades of blue, all of which is set over a contrasting white midsole to give the model a bit of balance.

Available now in-store at our Teaneck location and by email order at

Air Jordan 1 Mid – Obsidian/Royal Blue ($110)

Obsidian and royal blue hues collide on an Air Jordan 1 Mid.  This mid top version puts a spin on the classic Air Jordan 1 OG “Royal” by substituting dark obsidian blue where the black portions are on the original, adding a nice twist on an iconic original model.

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