Keith Hufnagel was a pioneer of the streetwear scene in San Francisco. His former HUF SF’s store locations on Sutter St. catered to die-hard streetwear and sneakers fans with exclusive footwear collaborations, an extensive array of street and skate apparel and more. And so to honor his legacy, his eponymous imprint and
The most important details on these collaborative kicks can be spotted on the rear end. Much like the New York Yankees-inspired variation that recently emerged, this installment is adorned with the San Francisco’s skyline in tonal fashion and sits below the words “Keith Forever” in black and orange font — the latter of which replaces the traditional Nike branding. In addition, HUF branding is embellished on the toe boxes and stacked below a Swoosh charm and the tongues are styled with “Nike SB San Francisco” hits. Insoles are backdropped in HUF’s signature green accent and come printed with a quote from Hufnagel and a co-branded stamp.
Peep a closer look at the pair above and be on the lookout for these to drop in the coming months.
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