Air Jordan 11 Retro “Platinum Tint” – Platinum Tint/University Red ($220)

When the Air Jordan 11 first arrived, it turned heads with its bold patent leather mudguard and minimal design. This platinum tint edition removes that patent leather and opts for a more muted light grey colorway with a suede mudguard. Red hits appear on the tongue tab, heel logo, Jumpman, and along the heel, while an opaque outsole finishes off this iteration of one of Jordan’s most famed silhouettes.

Available on October 27th at 12 Noon EST through email order on and in-store at our Teaneck location.


Union LA and adidas unite to celebrate B-Boy culture with two colorways of a Spezial Garwen sneaker and a t-shirt. Using the iron-on letter font made famous by B-boys, the collaborators designed a simple white t-shirt with  “UNION SPEZIAL CREW” on the back and a circle logo on the front. For the footwear option, the duo selected the Garwen, a sneaker inspired by the archival 70s leisure shoe called the Brisbane. Its minimal silhouette arrives in a white version with a blue hit on the heel that is lifted from a 1994 edition of the adidas 350. A tan suede model is also available with a classic gum sole to complete the vintage look.

Available on October 26th at 12 Midnight EST on and at 12 Noon EST at our Teaneck location.

adidas Garwen SPEZIAL X UNION LA – Spray/Spray/BluBir ($140)

adidas Garwen SPEZIAL X UNION LA – Dune/Dune/Gum ($140)

adidas Short Sleeve T-shirt x UNION LA – White ($55)

Brain Dead x Converse Collection

This Converse Chuck 70 HI model showcases Los Angeles’ Brain Dead brand’s DIY mentality with multiple patterns found on each panel. Inspired by prints from the brand’s archives, Zeba, Camo, Leopard, and American Flag stars are found on the mismatched lateral and medial panels of the right and left shoes for a punk feel. The lateral panels feature a rubberized Brain Dead logo to cement the collaboration. Dropping alongside the Chuck 70 HI comes gear that includes a 50-50 bomber jacket and hoodie, “Bananas” sweater and more.

Available on October 26th, in-store at 12 Noon EST at our Teaneck location.

Brain Dead x Converse Chuck 70 HI – Egret/Black/Multi -($110)

Brain Dead x Converse Hooded Bomber – Black ($200)

Brain Dead x Converse Mock Neck Sweatshirt – Surplus Olive/Black ($100)

Brain Dead x Converse Long Sleeve T-shirt – Dusk Purple/Yellow ($50)

Brain Dead x Converse Short Sleeve T-shirt -Vintage Wash Grey/Yellow ($40)

Brain Dead x Converse Comms Pouch – Multi-print ($50)

Brain Dead x Converse Utility Duffel Bag – Multi-print ($120)


adidas Originals by have a good time

Tokyo’s have a good time boutique was founded in 2010 and has since become known for its irreverent takes on its items. They have joined adidas for their takes on the iconic Samba and a t-shirt. Black kangaroo leather with suede overlay makes up the upper on the Samba which features the boutique’s logo on the tongue, while the black t-shirt features an all-over print that fills in the classic adidas Trefoil logo.

Available on October 25th at 12 Midnight EST on and in-store at 12 Noon EST at Teaneck.

adidas Samba x have a good time – CBlack/FtWht/Gum5 ($140)

adidas x have a good time S/S T-Shirt – Black/Multi ($60)

adidas Ultra Boost 1.0 “Multi-Color Toe”

Paying homage to some of its most cherished colorways, adidas brings back the Ultra Boost 1.0 “Multi-Color Toe” in Collegiate Navy and White. The navy version was originally released in 2016 as part of adidas’ Chinese New Year collection while the white pair followed with a Spring drop that same year. Both pairs don the original Primeknit upper with multicolor accents on the toe.

Retailing at $200, both pairs available in-store at both Teaneck and Jersey City tomorrow, November 8th.

adidas Ultra Boost 1.0 “Multi-Color Toe” – White/Multi-Color – $200

adidas Ultra Boost 1.0 “Multi-Color Toe” – Collegiate Navy/Multi-Color – $200

Air Jordan X “Air Huarache Light” ($190)

This “Tinker” Air Jordan 10 is inspired by the Ultramarine colorway of the Air Huarache Light, both of which were crafted by Tinker Hatfield. Racer blue suede hits the mudguard and upper, black mesh covers the throat and tongue, along with red which appears on the Jumpman and heel pull. White lightens the model on the midsole and outsole.

Available through email order on and in-store at our Teaneck location.

adidas Consortium x Engineered Garments – UltraBOOST Collective ($220)

After collaborative releases with A Kind of Guise and Etudes, Daiki Suzuki’s Engineered Garments is up next in the UltraBoost Collective series. Mismatched elements sneakily appear on the model which mixes classic and modern. Primeknit appears alongside classic twill in a bluebird colorway with a classic gum sole, while the mismatched fabric Three Stripes on the cage range from yellow, red, white, and a mix of red and white.

Available on at 12 Midnight EST on October 20th and 12 Noon EST in-store at both Teaneck and Jersey City.

adidas x Pharrell Williams x BBC HU Pack

Archival collegiate stripes provide the inspiration for a duo of adidas models in collaboration with Pharrell Williams and Billionaire Boys Club. Bright yellow, scarlet red, and bright blue are colors taken from classic college uniforms, which fall across the NMD HU on the Primeknit upper with a navy cage, collar, bumpers, liner, and “HEART” and “MIND” embroidery. The Tennis HU V2 mixes navy, white, and red stripes with white over a white sole with a navy heel tab. Co-branding appears in gold on the heel tabs of both models, using the trefoil and BBC’s Spaceman and “B” logos to cement the collaboration.

Available at 12 Midnight EST on October 20th at and at 12 Noon EST at both Teaneck and Jersey City locations.

adidas x Pharrell Williams x BBC HU NMD – FTWR WHITE/SCARLET/DARK BLUE – ($250)

adidas x Pharrell Williams x BBC HU V2 – FTWR WHITE/SCARLET/DARK BLUE – ($130)

Nike Air Max 95 OG “Aqua” – Grey/Black-Indigo Burst-Hyper Jade – ($170)

The innovative Air Max 95 was a design marvel, and this OG version showcases the color flexibility on the panels with a blend of grey, purple, and aqua. Grey suede and patterned purple and aqua leather mix on the horizontal panels with black adding contrast on the heel Swoosh, midsole, and laces. The full-length Air Unit has aqua structure visible through the translucent Air bubble.

Available on October 18th at 12 Noon EST through email order at and in-store at our Teaneck location.

New Balance’s recently introduced X-90 Recon blends classic design elements from a variety of 99X Series models to create a new shoe that feels right at home sitting alongside the original catalog. Packer expands that formula a few steps further, outfitting the silhouette with iconic color and material references pulled from nine different archive staples.

Through thoughtful execution of suedes, meshes and synthetics, New Balance has always been known for their masterful ability to bring colorways together in nuanced explorations of greys and blues — and in countless cases, a combination of the two. The Packer X-90 Recon poses the idea: what would happen if you took all these blues and greys — from deep navy to sky blues and teals, airy greys to muddy greys and murky charcoals — and arranged them all together in one harmonious design?

Now, what if you took the numerical New Balance model names from the four shoes that went into the X-90 design and the nine shoes that inspired the colors and materials and multiplied them all together? You would have a number so large, we’ve shortened it to simply, the “Infinity Edition”.

The Packer x New Balance X-90 Recon “Infinity Edition” ($130) releases Saturday, October 20th at 12 noon EST in-store at both locations and online at (sizes 7-13).

Worldwide exclusive, available only at Packer.