The crew headed over to Brooklyn Projects Friday afternoon to work on our new window display for The Hundreds Footware. But when we showed up, we saw a line of sneakerheads wrapped around the corner.
I guess they were here for this new Dunk, the Space Jam Dunk. That’s pretty crazy that kids are still fiending after Dunks like this, but I get it.
I figure this is the next generation of sneaker collectors. This Dunk was inspired by these Space Jam Jordans, which were probably some of the first Jordans that the ’90s babies got hooked on. Just like how us ’80s kids sought after Supreme’s original Jordan III-inspired low-top Dunks.
Merf cuts out the cutters:
Anyways, we had work to do:
Amidst all the sneakers and streetwear, don’t forget: Brooklyn Projects is a skate shop.
There’s an old photo I shot of Scotty eating the exact same Sonic bar years ago somewhere in the archives of the blog, but I can’t seem to find it. I did find some vintage material for our Tumblr though.