Berlin’s Overkill shop has a long-standing relationship with their countrymen at adidas. This collaborative pair of Consortium models includes two versions of the EQT Support–the ADV and the Future dressed in black, white, and red to honor the coat of arms of the Kreuzberg district, where the boutique is located. The EQT Support Future has Boost soles, and the shops’ name on a grey suede panel on the inner portion set against a black and grey knit upper with red accents on the three stripes. A white mesh upper comprises much of the EQT Support ADV with red on the eyestays and the shop’s name on the grey heel cage.

Both styles will be available tonight at midnight EST online at Also available tomorrow, May 27th in-store at both Packer locations.

Overkill x adidas Consortium EQT Support Future ($180)

Overkill x adidas Consortium EQT Support ADV ($150)


Air Jordan 11 Retro Low – Black/Metallic Silver-White ($175)

Jordan’s ex-minor league squad, the Birmingham Barons, provides the inspiration for this Air Jordan 11 Retro Low. A metallic, iridiscent sheen runs throughout the black patent leather panels, while nubuck hits the upper instead of Cordura mesh. The signature translucent sole gets a slightly cloudier treatment than the blue-ish icy soles seen on models from recent years.

Available tomorrow, May 27th in-store at our Teaneck location. First come, first serve. Any remaining pairs will be available for email order after 1pm.

Nike Air More Uptempo ’96 – Triple White ($160)

1996’s Air More Uptempo has become a retro staple for Nike. This time whited-out for a crisp summer look, the model opts for both perforated and tumbled leather on the upper with slight contrast provided by 3M hits on the rope laces and heel pull.

Available now in-store at our Teaneck location. First come, first serve.

Converse Chuck Taylor All-Star ’70 Hi “Pride” QS ($110)

Proceeds from the Converse Pride collection go to the It Gets Better Project and the Happy Hippie Foundation, two organizations that empower LGBT youth across the world. This ’70 1st Pride Parade Hi gets a classic canvas upper embellished with vintage-inspired patches and a rainbow heel stripe, along with a multi-colored polka-dot footbed.

adidas Originals NMD_XR1 “OG” ($150)

In 2015, when adidas introduced the NMD_R1, a minimalist juggernaut of a sneaker came on the scene in the same colorway adopted here to the NMD_XR1. This “OG” colorway features black on the upper, TPU cage, and outsole over a white Boost midsole with red and blue bumpers. A black leather heel tab holds the white heel pull, cinching the look.

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

Nike Air Zoom Talaria ’16 – Neutral Grey ($140)

The Air Zoom Talaria has been a popular model for Nike in recent months, and this monochrome Neutral Grey colorway lets the classic silhouette speak for itself. Suede and mesh comprise the upper of this retooled classic which sits on a contrasting terrain-ready white outsole and misdole.

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

A minimalist duo of Air Jordan 1 Retro High OGs offers flexible wardrobe options for the summer. A white model in full grain leather has a black Swoosh, Wings logo, and liner contrasted with a red tongue logo. Black leather pairs with a black outsole on the other colorway in the pack, along with with a white Swoosh, midsole, and Wings logo on the collar.

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

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG – White/Black-White ($160)

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG – Black/White-Black ($160)

Air Jordan 1 Retro Low OG Premium – White/Vachetta Tan-White ($140)

Premium white tumbled leather hits upper of this crispy Air Jordan 1 Retro Low OG Premium. Hits of vachetta appear on the embossed logo on the tongue and the debossed Wings logo on the heel tab, while the low top is finished off with a classic white midsole and outsole.

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

Two grade school renditions of summer-ready Air Jordan 1 Retros hit the shelves with both a high and mid-top model. A girl’s model gets a white leather upper contrasted with light sand hits on the outsole, heel, collar, and liner. For boys, a mid-top model features mixed materials, with black suede on the Swoosh, collar, and heel and light bone suede on the eyestays and forefoot. Light bone canvas makes up the remainder of the upper with hits of gold on the heel Jumpman and the collar Wings logos.

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

Air Jordan 1 Retro High GG – White/Boarder Blue-Light Sand ($95)

Air Jordan 1 Mid BG – Light Bone/Metallic Gold-Black ($85)

In an era with retro models crowding the shelves, it doesn’t get more classic than Nike’s first track shoe from 1972, the Cortez. The men’s model pays homage to the original in the OG colorway with white leather and a red Swoosh with a stripe of blue passing through the midsole. The women’s take on the model is miles away from the original with a bold upper in metallic gold leather and a black speckled heel tab that sits over a gradient pattern under the icy translucent outsole.

Both are available now in-store at our Teaneck location and by email order at

Nike Cortez Basic Leather OG – White/Varsity Red ($80)

Nike WMNS Classic Cortez Leather SE – Metallic Gold ($90)