This fall, Packer celebrates the 110th anniversary of the opening of our original store in Yonkers, NY. To commemorate this milestone, we’ve partnered with J.Crew and ASICS Tiger to grace the beloved ASICS Tiger GEL-LYTE® III with the look of four timeless dress shoe styles that have effortlessly maintained their relevance and desirability over the course of a century.

Available at the J.Crew Liquor Store (235 W Broadway, NYC) Thursday, September 28th.

Available at the J.Crew Liquor Store (235 W Broadway, NYC) Friday, September 29th.

Full collection, including all four shoes and four exclusive New Era caps inspired by traditional menswear fabrics, available 12 noon EST Saturday, September 30th in-store at both Packer locations and online at

Also available Saturday, September 30th at and the following J.Crew locations:
San Francisco Centre, The Grove (LA), Red Church (London), On Lan (Hong Kong)


“When we initially introduced the “Dirty Buck” concept as part of the Gel-Lyte III anniversary celebration, it was something which was so out of the box design-wise, yet at the same time so fitting for us to represent our roots and the legacy of our original store. When it comes to style — heritage, history and timelessness are more than just adjectives, they’re the building blocks of what fashion is, has been and will be. Does style change and evolve? Of course, but its core values do not.” 

“There were so many other great colorways and ideas that we had left on the creative cutting room floor when working on the “Dirty Buck” that we always felt there was more to be done with the concept. With our 110th year anniversary approaching, we thought that telling this story with a partner like J.Crew was not only outside the realm of what traditional retail is used to, but also a natural fit in terms of celebrating the idea of timeless menswear cornerstones.”

– Mike Packer

(3rd Generation Owner)

See below for our “1907 Collection” mini-catalog, created in the traditional J.Crew aesthetic. Physical copies of the booklet will be available with purchase at the Liquor Store drops, September 28-29th.


Nike Air More Uptempo ’96 – White/Deep Royal Blue-Team Orange ($160)

Nike has updated the ever-popular Air More Uptempo in a Knicks-inspired colorway dubbed “The Dunk.” The shoe features a white leather upper with royal blue across the “AIR” branding and hits of team orange throughout. A silhouette of Pippen’s infamous dunk over Patrick Ewing in the 1994 Eastern Conference Semifinals sits on the insole, adding the finishing touch.

Available today in-store at our Teaneck location. Any remaining pairs will be available for email order at after 2pm.

Air Jordan 11 Retro Low IE – White/Gym Red-Black ($170)

An IE version of the Air Jordan 11 arrives in a simple red and white colorway. Elephant print red leather wraps the shoe over white tumbled leather, while the classic Jordan 11 red translucent outsole finishes off look.

Available today, September 23rd in-store at our Teaneck location and by email order at

Nike Classic Cortez Nylon LHM – Ink/Ink-White ($100)

We recently saw the release of Latino Heritage Month Air Max 1, and now a Nike Classic Cortez Nylon LHM arrives as another model featuring the work of a Latin street artist. This time, Chilean artist INTI (whose name adorns the black leather heel tabs) infuses different symbols from Latin culture on the unique print across the upper. Black suede appears on the heel, toe, and tongue, providing a solid contrast for the print, while purple hits the Swoosh and a portion of the midsole.

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

adidas Consortium x The Good Will Out NMD_CS1 – Triple Black ($220)

adidas Consortium links up Germany’s The Good Will Out boutique to release a blacked out “Ankoku Toshi Jutsu” NMD_CS1. As an homage to the ninja who moves silently, the heel tabs say “The Art of Seeing through Darkness” and “The Good Will Out” in both English and Japanese. Tonal black Primeknit drapes the upper over all black Boost on the midsole with black pods and a serrated black outsole to complete the look.

Available Friday night at midnight EST online at Also available Saturday, September 23rd in-store at both Packer locations. First come, first serve.

Nike Air Max 1 Anniversary – White/University Red ($140)

30 years ago, Nike released the innovative and genre-shifting Air Max 1. Earlier this year, in celebration of Air Max Day, they re-released the OG red and blue colorways in limited quantities, and now the red colorway is set to release again in all of its original glory with suede and mesh over its iconic white midsole.

EDIT: Nike has pushed the launch of this shoe back. The shoe will be available Tuesday, September 26th in-store at our Teaneck location and by email order at


Inspired by a science fiction story involving a fictional tale of a discovery of a parallel universe, adidas Consortium releases a Workshop Pack with updated versions of two heritage models, the Adistar and the TwinStrike. The Adistar Comp A//D and a TwinStrike A//D each emerge with many unique details, including reflective portions, ClimaCool mesh, premium suede, and glossy leather.

Available tomorrow night, 9/21 at midnight EST online at Also available 9/21 at noon EST in-store at both Packer locations.

adidas Consortium Twinstrike A//D – Grey ($240)

adidas Consortium Adistar Comp A//D – Grey ($160)

Premium versions of iconic Pumas arrive draped in vegetable-tanned leather in this collaborative duo from Puma and graphic artist Naturel. Both models  have vachetta tan leather across the upper with the two logos debossed on the quarter panel with a darker gum sole. The men’s Clyde keeps it classic and minimal, while women’s Platform model offers a raised sole.

Available now online at

Naturel x Puma Clyde – Vegtan ($100)

Naturel x Puma WMNS Platform – Vegtan ($120)


Puma’s fall TSUGI (the Japanese word for “next”) collection offerings arrive with two Blaze evoKNIT options and a new, weather-repellent Kori. The low top Blaze, available in both grey and olive, uses an upper constructed from evoKNIT and suede that sits on an Ignite cushioned sole. A mid top Kori is an on-trend version of the Blaze of Glory model with a host of features including a knit sock collar, water-repellent neoprene, and an Ignite sole.

The TSUGI Kori is available now in-store at both Packer locations. All 3 styles are available now online at

Puma TSUGI Kori – Grey ($110)

Puma TSUGI Blaze evoKNIT – Grey ($100)

Puma TSUGI Blaze evoKNIT – Olive ($100)