SNEAKER FREAKER ISSUE 48-JORDAN’S RARE AIR COLLECTIONS
The cover star of Sneaker Freaker Issue 48 is a monster 50-page feature we’re billing as The Greatest Jordan Collection Ever.
From the ONLY pair of game-worn ‘Black Cement’ Jordan 3s in existence to the legendary ‘Black Toe’ and ‘Broken-foot’ Air Jordan 1s – not to mention the gold medal-winning AJ7s from Barcelona – EVERY SINGLE PAIR has been authenticated and signed by Michael Jordan. This is a Smithsonian-quality, wallet-shredding, WTF standing ovation that will melt your face.
It’s also the first time the mysterious @Collector10012 has talked publicly about these shoes. We’ve never seen anything like his monumental display of sneaker unicorns, many of which are tied to immortal MJ moments.
There’s loads more of course, but you’ll just have to buy a copy to read all 220 pages and get the first look at the upcoming Sneaker Freaker x Diadora collaboration.
Bursting at the seams with over 220 bookmark-worthy pages, Sneaker Freaker Issue 48 showcases a diverse trio of dedicated collectors.
The pièce de résistance of this bumper edition is the greatest Air Jordan collection ever assembled. Hitherto anonymous, the enigmatic @collector10012 is unmasked in this SF exclusive as they tell the tales behind 60 pairs of the rarest Air on Planet Earth. Every pair is game-worn and signed by MJ himself.
Across the pond, Diggerdas is the quintessential trainerspotter, housing over 2000 pairs of vintage adidas dating all the way back to the 1940s. Hanna Helsø overcomes great distances to keep her feet laced in the latest heat.
Some classic SF tales are put to paper. John Mott reveals how he literally lit up the sneaker industry in the 1990s. Timmy Smalls beats Alvin Purple black ’n’ blue in a six-year-and-counting smackdown.
Between these riveting reads, Awake NY, WTAPS, Patta, Bodega, APC et al announce new projects. Sneaker artists also exhibit their latest works. Op-eds tackle some sneaker-wearing elephants in the room.
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