Zack Bia‘s ascension in pop culture started through his time in Los Angeles as a club promoter and DJ where he eventually built up a network of high-profile celebrities including Drake, The Weeknd, Jack Harlow and more. He recently founded his own record label titled Field Trip Recordings — which currently has Yeat, SSGKobe, Slump6s, HVN and more on its roster — and it has been tapped by
This isn’t the first endeavor that Bia has had in the footwear sphere as last year he linked up with ASICS for a friends-and-family-only GEL-KAYANO 14 collaboration. It’s unclear if this latest Nike installment is an official collaboration, FNF item or a one-of-one, but regardless, Bia has given us an up-close look at his version. The kicks are inspired by CDJ’s and sport a stealthy color scheme that represents turntables and its various features. He added a shroud to the base layer which is designed with a zipper that bears his initials. Tiny Nike logos on the lateral walls are engulfed in a daring red hue while he heels have his Field Trip Recordings logo along with “Ch1” on the left shoe and “Ch2” on the right to call out the two channels that a DJ mixes together.
Peep a closer look at the shoes and its special case packaging in the gallery above.
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