Sneaker and streetwear marketplace Stadium Goods just turned four. And to celebrate its birthday, the consignment destination is taking 15 percent off everything on its online store today. That’s right — everything.
From the Jordans that disappeared in a flash to the latest editions of Kanye West’s and adidas’ YEEZY kicks that got a raffle-only release, all of the coveted kicks on Stadium Goods get the anniversary discount treatment, for one day only. While you’ll want to browse the wide array of sought-after sneakers yourself, we’ve selected some choice pieces that make our must-cop list.
The deal: 15 percent off everything at Stadium Goods
Starts: Sunday, October 20 at 12:00 a.m. EST
Ends: Sunday, October 20 at 11:59 p.m. EST
More info: All sales are final. Sale prices reflected on the site. Cannot be combined with any other offer
Scroll on and shop the best of the Stadium Goods anniversary sale.
sacai x Nike Blazer Mid
The final installment of Nike’s collab with sacai, the Blazer Mid followed recent new colorways of the insanely popular sacai x Nike LDWaffle. Selling out just as quickly, this doubled-up sneaker, which features two Swooshs, two tongues, and two tongues of laces, was missed out on by many.
Nike Air Jordan 1 Women’s “Satin Black Toe”
Back in August, female Jordan fans were treated to an upgrade on the original “Black Toe” colorway of the famed Air Jordan 1 basketball sneaker. This remastered version features a luxe-look satin at the heel and ankle sections, with a metal Jordan Wings badge replacing the usual logo.
Nike Air Jordan 1 “Obsidian”
A highlight Jordan colorway of recent times, the release of the “Obsidian” Air Jordan 1 in August was one that caught the attention of sneaker fans far and wide. These went like hotcakes, so we’d recommend taking up the chance to cop a pair at 15 percent markdown.
CLOT x Converse Chuck 70 Hi
This furry spin on the classic Chuck 70 high-top silhouette came courtesy of a collaboration between CLOT and Converse. Part of a North Pole pack, this sneaker dropped in January this year, offering a unique, winter-fit take on an iconic shoe.
Nike SB x Parra Dunk Low
Dutch artist Piet Parra is well known for his easily-recognizable color palette, as well as collaborations with some of streetwear’s biggest names. Incorporating Parra’s signature tones, this joint-effort sneaker with Nike boasts a quadruple Swoosh. Not to miss.
adidas Consoritum x PLEASURES Samba
LA brand PLEASURES bravely took the risk of putting its own spin on adidas’ timeless Samba silhouette, stamping it with bold “PLEASURES” embroidery. Apparently this branding is, in fact, the largest that the Three Stripes has ever placed on a shoe, so it’s one for the collectors.
YEEZY Boost 700 V2 “Hospital Blue”
When talking coveted kicks of the past few years, it would be criminal not to mention YEEZY. With each release comes the customary hype, and the inevitable L that often follows. The “Hospital Blue” Boost 700 V2 is the latest YEEZY release that sold out in general sale. Get it at a discounted price while you can.
Bodega x New Balance 997S “No Bad Days”
This is another very recent release and definitely one for the loud sneaker fan. With mismatched colors and materials, New Balance’s collab with boutique Bodega was a surprise hit for many. Released through a raffle system, these became pretty hard to come by pretty quickly, and here’s your chance to cop.
Human Made x adidas Originals Solar Hu
Here’s a shoe that channels the god-like creative forces of Pharrell, NIGO, and adidas — need we say more?
New Balance 990 “Boston”
New Balance dropped the “Boston” edition of the popular 990 line last year, to coincide with St Patrick’s Day. Fully embracing the Celtic inspiration, the shoe comes in a green colorway and is stamped with an Irish clover. But don’t count on luck, it may be your last chance to cop with a discount.
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- Curated by: Yulia Pankova