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Sneaker Freaker Issue 44

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Sneaker Freaker Issue 44 is Out Now!

It seems like only yesterday we released Issue 43 and all of sudden we’re back with another 200-page belter put together during COVID lockdown. The Sneaker Freaker community rose to the occasion once again to produce some killer content from all over the globe. Inspired by Terminator 2, Converse Fastbreaks and Billie Jean, our cover star is the Louis Vuitton X408. The Virgil Abloh-designed hightops feature intricate fibre-optics that light up with the press of a button. As a special bonus, the cover flaunts a holographic rainbow LV logo!

Virgil Abloh

Our 20-page Virgil Abloh feature covers everything from his ‘debut’ in Sneaker Freaker Issue 3 to why he signed Lucien Clarke to a Louis Vuitton skate deal.

Yoon Ahn AMBUSH®

Co-founder of AMBUSH® and collaborator with A Bathing Ape, NIGO, sacai, UNDERCOVER and Nike… Yoon Ahn has just about done it all!

Tommy Rebel

Tommy Rebel was a man on a mission buying up Humaras and Silver Bullets all through the 90s. His incredible photo album is a unique insight into East Coast deadstock style!

Salehe Bembury

From Yeezy to Versace and New Balance, Salehe Bembury has more than paid his dues as a designer. We get the inside word from one of the sneaker game’s rising stars!

Summer of Love

From Ben & Jerry’s ‘Chunky Dunky’ Dunks to bootleg Grateful Dead graphics, the rise of hippie culture in 2020 has been as undeniable as it has been influential.

Air Max 90 Collector

Blessed with size 4.5 feet, Ria Rascal has been forced to work hard to build up her big bubble collection. According to Ria, ‘There’s something quintessentially British about Air Max’.

Ecco Chamber

Fuelled by the founder’s tenacious spirit, Ecco is still connecting city­slickers with the Great Outdoors. Find out how one man (literally) grew too big for his boots!

Deadstock Hunters

Neal Heard tracked down the lads from The Duffer of St George, who raided sports stores around the world and sold the spoils at their London store in the 90s.

Nike Basketball Collector

Nike Basketball Collector

 

Our final stop is in Spain, where Luis Miguel Lozano shows off his ridiculous Nike basketball collection. Those ‘Metallic Blue’ Jordan 1s are his first pair of shoes!

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