Black Friday 2015 Deals Central

Deal overload! Don't miss our handy guide which helps you keep track of all the limited-time offers for Black Friday with some extending to Sunday and even Cyber Monday! Please be sure to CHECK BACK for updates to this gallery as we'll continue to monitor and update anything we see become available. Please pay attention to the info in both the graphic and underneath the graphics for each retailer for complete deal specifics. Happy shopping!

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The 25 First Collaborations Of Today’s Best Collaborators

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Sneaker: BAIT x Saucony Shadow 6000 “Blue Apple”
Year: 2012

If you haven’t already noticed, Southern Cali’s BAIT has been putting out some fire collabs in recent years. But, one you thing you might have missed, is that most of them come in a variation of their signature BAIT colorways: blue (B), apple (A), ivory (I), and tan (T). Their first collab, this banger with Saucony, on the classic Shadow 6000, was dubbed the “Blue Apple.” Designed as an homage to the original ‘bait,’ the Garden of Eden’s forbidden fruit, this Saucony is a real head-turner.

Supreme

Sneaker: Supreme x Vans Old Skool
Year: 1996

Now pretty much known as the king of collabs, particularly for their resume of dope Nike releases, Supreme has been dropping fire footwear for nearly two decades now. But, despite all the hype their releases garner these days, their first sneaker collab harkens back to the brand’s roots. They were of course, started as a skate company. Which is why the Vans Old Skool was a perfect canvas to get the collab portfolio started on. Dropping in three colorways – two camo and one 3M joint – these Old Skools are understated and perfect.

atmos

Sneaker: atmos x Nike Dunk Low & Air Force 1 Low
Year: 2001

When you hear about a new atmos collab, you almost always think of some crazy-limited Air Max, often done up in some loud animal or camo print that you’ll probably never be able to get your hands on. But, the Japanese boutique’s first foray into sneaker collaboration came in a much more neutral tone. In 2001, we were served with a double dose of Nike and atmos, teaming up on both low top silos of the Air Force 1 and the Dunk.

Footpatrol

Sneaker: Footpatrol x Nike Air Epic Hyperstrike
Year: 2003

When brands and shops get together to collab on a sneaker, nostalgia is often used as the catalyst for bringing lesser-known silhouettes back from the dead. As was the case when London-based Footpatrol got their feet wet in collaboration with Nike. Digging through the vaults, Footpatrol and Nike chose to bring back the Nike Air Epic in a suitably gloomy colorway. Unfortunately for most sneakerheads, exclusivity ruled over this release, as it got dubbed a hyperstrike and was limited to a rumored 24 pairs.

Sneakersnstuff

Sneaker: Sneakersnstuff x Puma Basket Hemp
Year: 2003

To say that Sweden-based footwear hub Sneakersnstuff has really honed their craft in recent years, would be both accurate and short-sighted. They have dropped some excellent collabs of-late. But they’ve actually been putting out that heat since way back in 2003. To kick things off, SNS did its thing on this super clean Puma Basket in a neutral hemp material. Limited to just 136 individually numbered pairs, these Baskets are awesome.

Stash

Sneaker: Stash x Nike Air Force 1 High
Year: 2003

With numerous classic sneaker collabs under his belt, Josh “Stash” Franklin has undoubtedly put his mark on the game. Though widely known for his infamous Air Max 95, in a now trademark palette of blue hues, it was his first collab with Nike that set the mark for how a collaboration should be done. Now considered one of the best Nike collabs in most circles, 2003’s graffiti nozzle “Stash” Air Force 1 High is an icon all it’s own.

Futura

Sneaker: Futura x Nike SB Dunk Low
Year: 2003

Graffiti artist Futura has been getting down with Nike for a long time now, and the results to this point have been fantastic. While most folks know of Futura through his legendary designs on the likes of the UNKLE or FLOM Dunk Highs, his first collab with Nike actually came back in 2003, with this SB Dunk Low. Dubbed simply the “Futura” colorway, a lot of folks overlook this collab, simply because of the understated colorway. But one thing to make note of is, at a time when folks primarily did their uppers in one material (suede, leather, etc), the Futura Dunks opted to combine mesh, suede and leather to add an interesting contrast to this seemingly simple colorway.

Pharrell

Sneaker: N.E.R.D. x Nike Dunk High
Year: 2004

You already know that style gawd Pharrell has collaborated on everything from clothing to perfume to furniture. But we’re super excited to see what else his deal with adidas brings to fruition. Prior to his work with BAPE and the gents at adidas, Skateboard P got his first footwear collab teaming up with Nike on the excellent “N.E.R.D.” Dunk High. Releasing in 2004, Pharrell’s Dunks are interesting, not only because of how dope they are, but also because their so subtle. Always known for his epic style, it’s interesting to look back at his first footwear collab and see such conservative composition. Oh, how times have changed.

Jeff Staple

Sneaker: Jeff Staple x Nike Air Max 90 “Navigation Pack”
Year: 2004

While everyone and their mother knows about Jeff Staple’s legendary “Pigeon” Dunks, not many folks know about his footwear collabs prior to that 2005 release. Teaming up with Nike a few times prior to the Pigeons, Staple got the chance to help design one of Nike’s “City Pack” releases; 2004’s Navigation Pack. Adorned with a pattern resembling an aerial view of New York City, Staple actually got down on both a men’s and women’s colorway. Of course, the very next year, he’d be asked to take part in designing an SB Dunk, and thus creating the Pigeon legacy.

Kanye West

Sneaker: Kanye West x Nike Air 180
Year: 2005

When Kanye’s sneaker legacy is finished being written, there’s no doubt that the Nike Air Yeezy series will stand out as the tipping point. However, most people aren’t aware of the design work he did before the Yeezy. In fact, the Air Yeezy wasn’t even Ye’s first collab with Nike. Back in 2005-06, after the success of the College Dropout album, Ye teamed up with Nike to hit up the classic Air 180. The result was this excellent animal print-clad banger. Unfortunately for us, these babies were a friends and family release that never made it to retail. We wouldn’t get a Kanye sneaker collab at retail until 2006’s Dropout-themed Bapesta.

Sole Collector

Sneaker: Sole Collector x Nike Air Presto “Honolulu”
Year: 2005

We’ve already professed our love for Sole Collector’s work here in the past. But, if you’re looking for more reasons why, look no further than their very first sneaker collaboration; the “Honolulu” Nike Air Presto. Released at a Honolulu NikeTown event in 2005, these aloha-themed Prestos were limited to just 48 pairs and, naturally, sold out instantly.

Dave White

Sneaker: Dave White x Nike Air Max 90 “Neon”
Year: 2005

While many of us are most familiar with artist Dave White’s high-profile work with Jordan Brand, his first footwear collab predates those 1s by the better part of a decade. Often credited as the pioneer of the “sneaker art” movement, his art even hangs in the hallways and offices at Nike HQ. So White was an obvious choice to get the nod on a collab when Nike was putting together 2005’s “Neon” or “Wet Paint” pack. For his part, White chose to create a modern take on the iconic Air Max 95s “Neon” colorway, on the equally excellent Air Max 90. These are just so dope.

Solebox

Sneaker: Solebox x New Balance 1500GGB “1 of 150″
Year: 2005

When you think of the Mt. Rushmore of sneaker collaborators, if you’re not including Hikmet and the folks at Berlin’s Solebox, you better think again. Known world-wide for some of the finest collabs the sneaker world has ever seen, Solebox has that fire. But it all began in 2005, with the “1 of 150″ New Balance 1500GGB. Just a prelude to their brilliance (particularly with regard to their New Balance work), these 1500s are so clean.

Patta

Sneaker: Patta x Nike Air Max 1 “Amsterdam”
Year: 2005

Oh, Patta. Perhaps no other shop has ever had as many highly regarded sneaker collabs as Amsterdam’s Patta. And their first forray into collabs was a legend in the making. Interestingly, the folks at Patta didn’t actually design these beauties, Dutch artist Parra did (Patta oversaw the project). Even more interestingly, the legendary colorway we know today, almost never was. Initially, the intended colorway for the “Amsterdam” Nike Air Max 1 was a very dope blue and orange pair, inspired by the colors of a local supermarket in the Netherlands. However, before the shoes were pushed into production, the store chain switched up their brand identity, including those infamous colors. So Parra did away with the original design, in favor of the colorway we’re all familiar with today. Inspired by the neon glow of nighttime in Amsterdam’s Red Light District, these 1s are some of the best ever. Though there are some samples of the original colorway floating around, we’d really like to see those release sometime in the future.

Undefeated

Sneaker: Undefeated x Pro-Keds Royal
Year: 2005

LA’s Undefeated has been grinding! Nowadays known for their almost quarterly collabs with major brands like Nike, Converse and adidas, UNDFTD has gone from local boutique to full-fledged streetwear label. But their first sneaker collab came by way of the iconic label Pro-Keds. Teaming up to drop this military themed Royal, these canvas high tops dropped prior to all their work with Nike, way back in the spring of 2005.

UBIQ

Sneaker: UBIQ x Reebok Court Victory Pump & Ventilator
Year: 2005

Released on Black Friday 2005, Philly’s UBIQ blessed us with their very first collaboration, an excellent take on two classic Reebok silhouettes. Taking their shot at both the Court Victory Pump, and the infamous Ventilator, UBIQ gave us this slick maroon and beige colorway. Trimmed up with olive green hits and the always-welcome gum soles, these were a really tough collab. Not only aesthetically, but with only 48 pairs released in each silo, they were difficult kicks to get your hands on as well.

Bape

Sneaker: BAPE x Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Ox
Year: 2006

We covered these BAPE Chucks in our previous collab post, but 2006s team-up with Converse signaled a big change for BAPE as a brand. Prior to it, the company had been pushing out nothing but their own “inspired” versions of already classic silhouettes like the Bapesta. But these All Star Ox’s marked their first footwear collaboration, and also the first time we saw that “Ape Camo” on a sneaker.

Sneaker Freaker

Sneaker: Sneaker Freaker x Lacoste Missouri 85 “Minty Fresh”
Year: 2006

Another one of our favorite sneaker publications, Sneaker Freaker, is also a very accomplished collaborator. After getting their magazine off the ground in 2002, it wasn’t long before they had a steady circulation and were looking to take it to the next level. Fast forward to 2006, and every significant shop and designer is getting down on a footwear collab of some kind, and Sneaker Freaker wanted in on it too. One of the things we like most about SF, is their penchant for choosing nontraditional silhouettes to collab on (like their famous Blaze of Glory Pumas). Sure, they could have gone with an Air Force 1, or a pair of Chucks. But for their first collab, the boys from Sneaker Freaker chose to team up with Lacoste on a silo that hadn’t been seen since the mid 80s, the Missouri. Done up in a classic white/black/grey colorway, the Missouris are offset with nice hits of mint. Released in typical Sneaker Freaker fashion (ie, super limited and hard to get), these were an excellent stepping stone to help put Sneaker Freaker on the global map.

Blends

Sneaker: Blends x Nike Air Max 95
Year: 2006

Though perhaps most well known for their fantastic collaborations with Vans, Southern California footwear staple Blends began their collaborative portfolio with this wild tag team with Nike. Using exclusive iD options, Blends was allowed to create this collab back in 2006, releasing just 95 pairs, and breaking a lot of hearts along the way. Utilizing black buffalo skin, neon and white patent leather and those super loud blue laces, these 95s were an ultra-tough cop.

Ronnie Fieg

Sneaker: Ronnie Fieg x David Z. x Asics Gel Lyte III “252 Pack”
Year: 2007

Ronnie Fieg is often credited with breathing life into the Asics lifestyle division with his unique designs of their Gel Lyte silhouettes. And it all started in 2007. After moving his way up from the stock room to become the head buyer for New York’s David Z, he got the opportunity to collaborate with Asics on this trio of Gel Lyte IIIs, dubbed the “252 Pack.” Releasing just 252 pair of each colorway, the pair pictured above was the first to drop. The other two colorways were released at a Complex release party and online. After garnering enough hype to justify a cover appearance on the Wall Street Jounral (!), the rest was a wrap.

Bodega

Sneaker: Bodega x Converse Jack Purcell Mid “Lumberjack Collection”
Year: 2007

For their first footwear collaboration, Bodega teamed up with Converse to create an excellent Jack Purcell that fits perfectly within the Boston-based shop’s storefront. Packaged in a resealable bag, and done up in a meaty brown leather, these Purcell mids are set off by a healthy dose of black and red lumberjack flannel. That’s the one thing we’ve always loved about Bodega’s collabs, they’ve always got an awesome theme and very detail-oriented packaging to go with it. It’s the little things.

Concepts

Sneaker: Concepts x New Balance 576
Year: 2007

Concepts has made a name for itself with top-notch collab designs and crazy releases that have folks lining up, often in the cold, for days at a time. But it all started back in 2007, as one would expect, with their Massachusetts neighbors New Balance, on this excellent 576. Look, the UCLA-like colorway might not be for everyone. We actually dig them. But, what we love most about this particular collab is the variety and detail of materials used. Peep the pebbled white leather, the plush blue and yellow nubuck, and just a couple quick hits of white patent leather. This collab was a perfect start to a partnership that has benefitted sneakerheads for some time now

DJ Clark Kent

Sneaker: DJ Clark Kent x Nike “112 Pack”
Year: 2008

If there is a more appropriate way to start your collaborative portfolio, we can’t think of one better than DJ Clark Kent’s beloved “112 Pack.” For those of you unfamiliar, Kent is from Brooklyn, in which all zip codes start with “112.” In what has become a go-to Nike colorway, Kent got down with this pack of “1” silhouettes. Featuring an Air Max 1, an Air Force 1 and an Air Trainer 1 Mid, the “112 Pack” ensured summer 2008 really brought that HEAT!

Nice Kicks

Sneaker: Nice Kicks x Ronnie Fieg x Asics Gel Lyte III
Year: 2009

Oh, you thought them Yeezys started the all red wave? Nah, neither did these fire Asics GL3s done up back in 2009 by Ronnie Fieg and the good folks over at Nice Kicks. But, they did put RF, Nice Kicks and the Gel Lyte III silhouette onto the radars of a lot of sneakerheads. Back in ’09, Ronnie teamed up with three well-known blogs (Nice Kicks, Highsnobiety, and Culture Shoq) to drop these fantastic collaborative Gel Lyte IIIs. For their first collab, Nice Kicks really showed out.

A.P.C.

Sneaker: A.P.C. x Vans Authentic & Chukka
Year: 2011

French menswear label A.P.C. has really been making a name for itself lately. With high-profile get-downs alongside the likes of Louis Wong and Kanye West, they’ve also begun to dabble in sneaker collaborations as well. But, while everyone knows about their recent drops with Nike (those gum soled Air Max 1s are just so dope), their sneaker portfolio started off a bit more humble with Vans. Initially teaming up in 2011 on three shoes, A.P.C. approached this collaboration with the same understated premium quality that has made their Nike drops so popular. Encompassing three pairs of Authentic’s and a pair of Chukka’s, A.P.C.’s high-quality, low-flash Vans are perfect.

Extra Butter

Sneaker: Extra Butter x Reebok Pump AXT “Achoo”
Year: 2011

You see, when people talk about sneakers telling a story, this is the kind of off-the-wall stuff we love to see. The boys at Extra Butter really went in on their first collab, 2011’s “Achoo” Reebok Pump AXT. Yes, Achoo is the sound you make when you sneeze, but it was also the name of Dave Chappelle’s character in the cult-classic Robin Hood: Men in Tights. A wonderfully random and equally awesome idea to model a sneaker after, this clean Pump is colored up to resemble Achoo’s wardrobe when he’s introduced into the film. And the interesting way EB decided which silo to collab on? In the movie, there is a fight scene in which Chappelle’s Achoo calls time out, and stops to pump up his Reeboks before resuming the medieval brawl. See? Sometimes this stuff figures itself out!

BAIT

Sneaker: BAIT x Saucony Shadow 6000 “Blue Apple”
Year: 2012

If you haven’t already noticed, Southern Cali’s BAIT has been putting out some fire collabs in recent years. But, one you thing you might have missed, is that most of them come in a variation of their signature BAIT colorways: blue (B), apple (A), ivory (I), and tan (T). Their first collab, this banger with Saucony, on the classic Shadow 6000, was dubbed the “Blue Apple.” Designed as an homage to the original ‘bait,’ the Garden of Eden’s forbidden fruit, this Saucony is a real head-turner.

Packer Shoes

Sneaker: Packer Shoes x Reebok Pump “20th Anniversary”
Year: 2009

It’s crazy to think that it took until 2009 for one of America’s oldest sneaker stores, Packer Shoes, to get their first collaboration, but here we are. Our favorite part of this particular collab is that it also rectifies a long-standing sneaker snub; giving the legendary Dominique Wilkins his own sneaker. Back in ’09, the boys at Packer were tabbed to help Reebok celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Pump silo, and did so by giving Nique some much deserved shine. Dialing up a colorway that could’ve easily passed for a signature sneaker, Packer really put it down on this one. It’s just a shame that there were only a scant 31 pairs released to the public.

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The 35 Best Sneaker Stores In California

Project Blitz

Bait has quickly made a name for itself in the last year or so pairing up with brands such as Asics, Saucony and Reebok to produce some really great, and sough after, collabs. They stock options from New Balance, Reebok, adidas, Asics and Saucony, plus they carry a ton of toys and collectibles.

Web: http://www.baitme.com/

2753 S Diamond Bar Blvd
Ste B
Diamond Bar, CA 91765

Phone: 909-595-1712

510 Skateshop

510 is your go-to in Berkeley for all things skate related and aside from a bunch of dope apparel, they bring in the latest Nike SB Quickstrike releases and collabs, as well as stock footwear options from adidas, Vans Syndicate, HUF, Lakai and Converse.

Web: http://510skateboarding.com/

2506 Telegraph Ave
Berkeley, California

Phone: 510-843-1863

Atlas

In business since 2007, Atlas is located in the historic downtown area of San Mateo which is in the San Franciso Bay Area for those not familiar. Atlas stocks brands such as Nike SB, adidas, Converse, Lakai and Vans Syndicate, as well as producing some of its own branded apparel.

Web: http://www.atlasskateboarding.com/

209 2nd Ave.
San Mateo, CA 94401

Phone: 650-401-7110

Attic

With a couple locations in the greater LA area and one on 5th Ave. in downtown San Diego, Attic covers a lot of ground for sneakerheads in Southern California. Always carrying the latest Jordan retro releases, they also have you covered with everything from Nike to Vans.

Web: http://attic2zoo.com/

Attic I
8010 Beach Blvd.
Buena Park, CA 90620

Phone: 714-220-3116

Attic II
920 5th Ave.
San Diego, CA 92101

Phone: 619-234-1534

Attic III
30 West Main St.
Alhambra, CA 91801

Phone: 626-458-4815

Bait

Bait has quickly made a name for itself in the last year or so pairing up with brands such as Asics, Saucony and Reebok to produce some really great, and sough after, collabs. They stock options from New Balance, Reebok, adidas, Asics and Saucony, plus they carry a ton of toys and collectibles.

Web: http://www.baitme.com/

2753 S Diamond Bar Blvd
Ste B
Diamond Bar, CA 91765

Phone: 909-595-1712

Beatnic

Beatnic makes its home in Fullerton and is one of just a few shops in the US which is a part of Reebok’s Certified Network, which means they carry some of the most sought after Reebok collabs from around the globe. They also stock the latest from Nike, adidas and Vans Syndicate, as well as receiving Jordan retro releases.

Web: http://beatniconline.com/

203 N Harbor Blvd
Fullerton, Calif.

Phone: 714-441-3434

Blends

Blends is another Southern California staple with four locations spanning from Los Angeles to San Diego with a couple in between. You can pretty much find it all at Blends from adidas Originals to Nike QS to Vans Vault product, in addition to the latest drops from Asics.

Web: http://blendsus.com/

Costa Mesa
2930 Bristol Street Ste B104
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

Phone: 714-241-0666

Santa Ana
200 East 4th St.
Santa Ana, Calif. 92701

Phone: 714.550.9255

San Diego
726 Market Street
San Diego, Calif. 92101

Phone: 619-233-6126

Los Angeles
125 West 4th Street
Los Angeles, Calif. 90013

Phone: 213-626-6607

Bows & Arrows

You can find Bows & Arrows situated in the college town of Berkeley, Calif., home of the Cal Bears. They carry a great range of variety and kicks from accounts such as Converse First String, Asics, Pointer, adidas, Vans Vault, Jordan Brand, Nike and New Balance (especially just about all the sought after collabs).

Web: http://bowsandarrowsberkeley.com/

2513 Telegraph Avenue (between Blake St. and Dwight Way)
Berkeley, CA 94704

Phone: 510-649-6683

BNIB

Located in Los Angeles, Brand New In Box (BNIB) houses both apparel and footwear, and you can find brands such as Sebago, Converse, Saucony and New Balance lining its shelves.

Web: http://wearebnib.com/shop/

2684 Lacy St. Ste. 203
Los Angeles, CA 90031

Phone: 323-352-8671

Brooklyn Projects

Brooklyn Projects is a skateshop, streetwear boutique and art gallery all rolled into one and has been one of LA’s must-visit shops for over a decade. They generated a ton of buzz most recently with a Dunk Low Pro collab with Nike SB and always have the latest Quickstrike styles on-hand. You can also find options from The Hundreds, Lakai and HUF on the shelves.

Web: http://brooklynprojects.com/main/

7427 Melrose Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90046

Phone: 323-658-3030

Conveyor

Located within Fred Segal Santa Monica, Conveyor packs plenty of boutique punch with the latest from Vans Vault, Nike and New Balance, while also carrying footwear from brands such as Clae, Common Projects and Pointer.

Web: http://conveyor.la/

420 Broadway
Santa Monica, CA 90401

Phone: 310-458-2800

The Darkside Initiative

You can find The Darkside Initiative holding it down for San Francisco and this shop is no stranger to carrying sought after releases from Nike and Vans Vault, as well as Converse First String and adidas Consortium selections.

Web: http://thedarksideinitiative.com/

1827 Powell Street
San Francisco, CA 94133

Phone: 415-837-1909

District Footwear

Holding it down for Alameda for several years now, District Footwear is a go-to spot for Nike Quickstrike releases or if you need to get your hands on the latest Foamposite drop. They also carry a nice range of styles from Vans and Vans OTW, as well as Supra, Creative Rec, Sperry, TOMS and adidas.

Web: http://www.districtfootwear.com/

1322 Park St.
Alameda, CA 94501

Phone: 510-865-1640

Drip Hollywood

Serving the Hollywood community since 1975 and located on Hollywood Blvd., Drip is a premier spot to pickup options from Nike, Jordan, adidas Originals, Lacoste and Timberland.

Web: http://www.driphollywood.com/

6376 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, Calif. 90028

Phone: 323-468-1881

Flight Club LA

Arguably the most well-known sneaker consignment shop out there, the prices may not be for everyone’s liking but the selection sure is. Carrying sought after releases and limited collabs from just about all the top brands, Flight Club can be found on Fairfax Ave. in LA.

Web: http://www.flightclubla.com/

503 N Fairfax Ave
Los Angeles, Calif. 90048

Phone: 323-782-8616

FTC

Famed skateshop FTC has locations in both San Francisco and Sacramento, with its shop in San Fran residing on Haight Street and having its doors open for business now for nearly 20 years. If you weren’t aware of the FTC brand, we’re sure it likely came to your attention with their recent collab with Nike SB on a Dunk Low Pro iteration.

Web: http://www.ftcsf.com/

1632 Haight Street
San Francisco, Calif. 94117

Phone: 415-626-0663

1006 J Street
Sacramento, Calif. 95814

Phone: 916-444-4494

Garage Skateshop

You can find Garage on Main Street in Huntington Beach and although it has gone through a couple transitions throughout the years, it has been serving customers for more than a decade in Southern California. From the latest releases from Nike SB and Vans lines such as the California Collection and OTW, you will also find options from HUF, Creative Rec, DC and Converse.

Web: http://www.garageskateshop.com/

121 Main Street
Huntington Beach, Calif. 92648

Phone: 714-500-5755

The Holy Grail

You should have no trouble finding a past Nike SB, limited Nike or Jordan retro release at Holy Grail and they specialize in consignment. There’s also a decent selection of options from both Vans and adidas on hand too.

Web: http://www.holygrailgoods.com/

604 W. Pico Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90015

Phone: 213-746-6405

Identity Boardshop

With locations in both Buena Park and Garden Grove, Identity Boardshop definitely has you covered on the skate shoe tip. They stock plenty of options from Vans OTW, adidas, Nike SB, DVS, Converse, Supra and Etnies just to name a few.

Web: http://idboardshop.com/

7886 Beach Blvd.
Buena Park, California 90620

Phone: 232-8020

12072 Brookhurst Street
Garden Grove, CA 92840

Phone: 714-537-9595

Kicks Sole Provider

Keeping the LA area on lock with four locations in the vicinity (three in LA, one in Santa Monica), you can count on Kicks Sole Provider for your latest Jordan retro fix, as well as just about any new Nike release you might be after. You can also find footwear styles from New Balance, Vans, Puma and Asics at your disposal.

Web: http://www.kickssoleprovider.com/

141 N. Larchmont Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90004

Phone: 323-468-9794

171 S. Barrington Place
Los Angeles, CA 90049

Phone: 310-440-2986

1603 Montana Avenue
Santa Monica, CA 90402

Phone: 424-238-5149

143 N. Larchmont Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90004

Phone: 323-468-9320

Millennium Shoes

Another staple holding the greater Los Angeles area, Millennium Shoes has been in business for more than a decade now. From sought New Balance collabs to limited Nike releases, you can always head to Millennium to cop the newest Jordan retro and everything in between.

Web: http://www.millenniumshoes.com/

234 W. Manchester Blvd.
Inglewood, CA 90301

Phone: 310-590-1244

14304 Hawthorne Blvd.
Hawthorne, CA 90260

Phone: 310-349-8444

1810 W. Slauson Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90047

Phone: 323-345-2800

Neo39

You can find Neo39 located in Old Town Pasadena carrying a very nice range of product from Nike, Jordan, Converse, Puma, and adidas, as well as styles from Clae and Stance for those who are always up on their sock game.

Web: http://blog.neo39.com/

39 East Colorado Blvd.
Pasadena, CA 91105

Phone: 626-683-1257

Premier Boutique

Originally located in San Jose when it first opened its doors in 2006, Premier Boutique then moved to Palo Alto three years later and as of just a few months ago in 2013, they are now located in San Mateo. Premier is a spot you can definitely find the latest Jordan retro release or an in-demand Nike style, but they also carry plenty of great options from Reebok, New Balance, Asics and adidas Orignals to just to list a few.

Web: http://www.premierboutique.com/

132 East 3rd Ave.
San Mateo, CA 94401

Phone: 650-347-6544

Primitive

With backing from pro skater and Nike SB team rider Paul Rodriguez (P-Rod), Primitive holds it down for Encino which is just north of Santa Monica.You know they’re always carrying the latest heat from Nike SB, but Primitive is a spot you can also find Jordan retro retro releases and limited Nike drops. They also carry options from Vans Syndicate, adidas and New Balance.

Web: http://www.primitiveshoes.com/

17060 Ventura Blvd.
Encino, CA 91316

Phone: 877-479-7171

Proper

Proper has been in the game for a number of years now and with collabs from Asics and Vans Vault on the resume, they are a must stop if you’re ever in Long Beach. You can grab the latest Jordan retro or Nike release if you’re on it, and they also carry adidas and Vans Vault styles among others.

Web: http://www.apropersite.com/

425 E 1st St
Long Beach, CA 90802

Phone: 562-628-9100

RIF LA

RIF is one of the best consignment shops around and you should have no trouble finding a sought after Jordan retro, Nike or Nike SB release if you’re on the hunt for a missing piece in your collection. You can also be sure to find some limited Vans and New Balance release on the shelves as well.

Web: http://www.rif.la/

334-A E 2nd St
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Phone: 213-617-0252

Rip City Skates

Rip City has been serving the Santa Monica skate scene for more than 30 years now and they’re no stranger to stocking the latest Nike SB offerings, whether that may be a Quickstike or the latest monthly selections.

Web: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rip-City/157947287569861

2709 Santa Monica Blvd
Santa Monica, CA 90404

Phone: 310-828-0388

Rosewood

Rosewood, located in San Diego, serves as both an art gallery and dope sneaker consignment shop. You can find plenty of past heat from Nike, Nike SB and Jordan on the shelves.

Web: http://www.rosewoodsandiego.com/

877 Market St.
San Diego CA, 92101

Phone: 619-800-1022

Shiekh Shoes

Although they have stores in a lot of different states, Shiekh Shoes is headquartered in California and its flagship store in San Francisco is a big space with some releases the other locations don’t see. They currently have more than 80 stores all across California and stock brands such as Reebok, Nike, Jordan, Clae and adidas.

Web: http://www.shiekhshoes.com/

Locations: http://www.shiekhshoes.com/stores.aspx

Sole Lab

You can find Sole Lab situated in Oceanside, Calif., and aside from stocking streetwear apparel, you can browse through kicks from PRO-Keds and Saucony Originals just to name a couple to get your footwear game right.

Web: http://solelaboratory.com/

605 1/2 Mission Avenue
Oceanside, CA 92054

Phone: 760-757-7563

Sole Supremacy

Sole Supremacy specializes in consignment and they pack plenty of Jordan retro heat and sought after Nike Basketball releases. They have made a great name for themselves in the past couple years and they are definitely worth a visit if you find yourself in Newark.

Web: http://www.solesupremacy.com/

5944 Newpark Mall Road, Suite A
Newark, CA 94560

Phone: 510-792-4090

Sportie LA

From the newest limited Nike releases and Jordan retro drops to plenty of forgotten gems from years past, Sportie LA truly has it all and from a number of brands as well. In business now for close to 30 years, they have multiple locations in the Los Angeles area and also hold it down for San Diego with a spot downtown on 5th Ave.

Web: http://sportiela.com/

7753 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90046

Phone: 323-651-1553

7454 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90046

Phone: 323-852-8262

14510 Ventura Boulevard
Sherman Oaks, CA 91403

Phone: 818-990-7575

953 Fifth Avenue
San Diego, CA 92101

Phone: 619-702-2222

Supreme LA

A store that really needs no introduction, Supreme is always worth a visit if you’re in Hollywood and there’s no shortage of other retail spots we’re sure you’d like to visit lining Fairfax Avenue.

Web: http://www.supremenewyork.com/

439 North Fairfax Ave
Los Angeles, Calif. 90036

Phone: 323-655-6205

True

True has been a staple in San Francisco on Haight Street for a number of years and with a dedicated footwear location called True Sole at one time, all shoes and apparel are now under one roof. You can find a second True location in Walnut Creek as well.

Web: http://www.trueclothing.net/

1415 Haight Street
San Francisco, CA 94117

Phone: 415-626-2882

1550 Newell Promenade
Walnut Creek, CA 94596

Phone: 925-280-6747

Undefeated

Known all across the world, Undefeated has four locations now in California, with two in LA alone, and visiting whichever shop you can make it to if you’re near one is an absolute must for any sneaker lover. You will most certainly find the latest from Nike, adidas and Reebok at your disposal, as well as options from Ewing Athletics, Vans and New Balance among others.

Web: http://undefeated.com/

112.5 South La Brea Ave.
Los Angeles, CA. 90036

Phone: 323-937-6077

3827 West Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90026

Phone: 323-668-1315

516 Hayes Street
San Francisco, CA 94102

Phone: 415-437-2800

2654 Main Street
Santa Monica, CA 90405

Phone: 310-399-4195

Univ

Located on the 101 in Encinitas, Calif., Univ has been in business since 2006 and aside from producing quality in-house branded product, you can find plenty of the latest offerings from Nike SB, Vans (California Collection and Syndicate line) and Red Wing.

Web: http://www.univ-shop.com/

1053B South Coast Highway 101
Encinitas, Calif. 92024

Phone: 760-942-UNIV

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