At the end of each event there’s always the kind of line like “see you next time, bigger and better” and for the most part it’s a throw away line but Crepe City on Saturday just passed delivered and then some on that line. It was back for its first event in 2015 and boy was it bigger and better than before. More rooms, more space, more sellers, more brands, more people and most importantly more sneakers. It’s tough to say why but there was a better vibe (and it’s usually excellent) than normal around CC this time and it was our most enjoyable Crepe City in recent memory. We are sure the nearly 5000 in attendance would agree. A big congratulations must go to the Crepe City team, which has come a long way from 3 guys to what seems like an army of helpers today for organising. We are looking forward to the next one with anticipation, can’t wait sneakerholics.
The masses of sneakerheads waiting patiently for the doors to open. Nearly 5000 people passed through Crepe City on Saturday.
A man familiar with Sneakerpedia, Josh Cole and a taste of his incredible vintage packed table. It’s always a highlight to see what Mr Cole brings to the table. Those purple Mowabbs give us chills every time.
The Blacked out Jordan IV 11Lab4 only dropped that morning but didn’t want to miss out on Crepe City.
Always a delight to see in the flesh. State magazine x Patta Nike Air Max 90 “Homegrown” Hyperstrike. As if there’s two pairs! We had to walk away from Prime of Utrecht’s store before we passed out.
More heat stroke inducing Air Max 1’s from Prime. Amsterdams, Sample Shady’s, Berlin F7F’s. As always great to catch up and talk sneakers with the Prime guys.
Some exceptional vintage pieces on show, this table had a whole bunch! Including some old Tech Challenge Agassi apparel.
Nike Air Challenge Future
Fire at every table, some of your grails on here?
Unions, Salmon Toes, Slam Jams, Pattas, Cool Greys, it goes on and on…….