Hey everyone, I'm back with another post. This time I'll be writing a bit about my fit and experience during Crepe City 13, a sneaker convention based in London that was held last weekend, on the 25th of April.

Jacket - COMME des GARÇONS Coach Jacket

I've been a fan of CDG ever since I discovered them in my first year at university here in the UK, because of their simple and elegant approach and designs. Not much to say, really - simple, clean coach jacket. It wasn't too cold over here in the UK last week, so it was a pretty good time to bring this out.

T Shirt - Supreme Box Logo 20th Anniversary T Shirt

The Supreme Box Logo tee is, simply put, a t shirt with the Supreme box logo printed on it. However it remains as one of their products which is highly sought out for. Some variations are incredibly rare and their prices can reach $300 and over. The variation I am wearing was released last year, and was Supreme's first Box Logo tee release in 7 years. I was lucky to have been able to get it for retail price, with it's resale price at approximately a little more than double retail price. 

Shoes - Nike x Atmos Air Max 1 'B Safari (2002)'

These shoes aren't in the best condition, but for the low price I got them I can't really complain. They're one of my favorite pairs of shoes, and considering their age now I'd say they're holding up pretty fine. Pairs that are in really good condition can cost up to £300 or more. One stall at Crepe City even had them for about £400.

.Back shot. Shoes are styled with my 13oz selvedge denim.

Sneaker Rotation with the boys (from the top and clockwise):

Fizzi's Nike Air Max 1 'Hufquake'
Zahid's Nike Flyknit Racer 'Multicolor'
Hazwan's Air Jordan 1 'Royal'
My Nike x Atmos Air Max 1 'B Safari'
Khairuddin's Nike x Supreme Air Force 1
Mohammad's Puma x Sneaker Freaker Blaze of Glory 'Great White'

This was the VIP tickets queue - those who didn't have VIP tickets had to queue in a separate area and would only be let in after the VIP ticket holders. They also had to buy tickets at the door. Fortunately we all managed to get VIP tickets as well so didn't have to wait very long.

This one stall had a lot of cool Supreme and A BATHING APE Gear. The small red Supreme water gun there on the table costed £50. 

The crew checking out one of the stalls which had some Jordan pairs circa 1990s, and had restoration services. 

A ton of really cool and rare Air Max 1s from one of the premium sellers on the day. Didn't run anywhere near cheap though.

This stall had a lot of Nike SB heat pre-2010. The first (from the left) hanging shoe is considered by some to be the most important sneaker release for the 2000-2010 decade; the Nike x Supreme 2002 SB Dunk. Insanely rare in the sneaker world and one of a hypebeast's ultimate dream items. If you know, you know.

Photos by Zahid 'Saltshaker' Zolkefri

Alright, that's all for now. You'll be seeing more of me a little sooner!



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