Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG AS – Black/Black-Metallic Silver-White ($175)

Iridescent sheen shines brightly on the premium leather that adorns the toe, heel, and collar of this All-Star edition of the Air Jordan 1 High OG. Black appears on the swoosh, heel, tongue, and toe over a white midsole and icy clear blue outsole.

Due to overwhelming demand, we will be holding a raffle on Friday, February 17th from 12-6 at our Teaneck location. Inquire in-store for details. Winners will be able to pick up their pairs on Monday, February 20th.


Air Jordan 6 Retro AS – Black/Black-White ($225)

It’s All-Star Weekend, and Jordan’s retro models have arrived to celebrate the festivities. For the Air Jordan 6 Retro model, an iridescent leather graces the entire upper, with the exception of the heel tab and midsole. A signature of the Jordan 6, the translucent outsole provides a hint of contrast to the darker hues up top.

Available this Friday, February 17th in-store at our Teaneck location and by email order at


This past Sunday’s extravaganza in New Orleans was recorded in the books as the highest scoring NBA all-star game of all-time. Ten years prior, during the 2004 all-star studded affair held in Los Angeles’ Staple Center, a young Tracy McGrady made his own historic feat (pun not intended…) by becoming the first player ever to throw an alley-oop to himself while wearing 2 different shoes.

En route to his second scoring title and All-NBA Second team selection that season, McGrady was voted by fans to star at small forward for the eastern squad. With the game being played under the bright lights of Hollywood, players and their respective shoe companies pulled out a lot off heavy artillery when it came to the footwear of choice for that evening. None more than adidas’ basketball division who blessed Tracy with a red patent leather player sample version of his signature TMAC 3 to wear. Staying true to his Gemini ways, instead of choosing just the red PE pair to wear, McGrady opted to rock both the red PE pair and an Orlando blue patent leather PE pair in mixmatched fashion (blue pair on the right, red pair on the left).

While the eastern squad went on to eventually lose that game with a close score of 132-136, Tracy definitely won the sneaker battle for most memorable kicks ever worn by a player participating in an all-star game.

Back for the first time since that momentous night, Packer Shoes in conjunction with adidas Basketball proudly present the adidas TMAC 3 “2004 All-Star Game” Player Exclusive.

Features include a full red and blue patent leather upper with metallic silver accents in addition to a striped perforated medial panel, 3D Torsion technology and adiPrene Cushioning. Additional cues include embossed TMAC and adidas 3-stripe logos on the toe, heel and lateral side panels.

A limited run of only 200 pairs will be made available for purchase IN-STORE ONLY exclusively at Packer Shoes this Saturday, March 1st at 7pm with special guest Tracy McGrady!

Retail for the US exclusive launch of the adidas TMAC 3 “2004 All-Star Game PE” will be $130 USD.

Purchases will be limited to one (1) pair per customer/card holder.

All Sales are Final.

Available in-store only.

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