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Ewing Athletics

Ewing Athletics

First endorsing a sneaker for adidas in 1986, Ewing founded Ewing Athletics in 1989 with Next Sports, becoming the first professional athlete to own their own signature sneaker brand. With the help of Ewing’s agent David Falk, Ewing Athletics was earning approximately $100 million USD by 1990, and experienced increasing sales as Ewing’s own popularity grew. Releasing more than 20 models through to 1996, Ewing would personally debut a new game model at the start of every season. Steadily expanding outside of basketball into cross training, running and even hiking footwear, Ewing Athletics also sold apparel, including tees, tank tops and leather jackets. However, facing internal challenges, Ewing and his partners were forced to shut down the brand in 1996. In 2012, David Goldberg and his company, GPF Footwear LLC, successfully teamed up with Patrick Ewing to resurrect the line and reintroduce it to the market to capitalize on the current retro sneaker trend. Reintroducing the cult 33 Hi Retro sneaker to 33 stores nationwide in 2012, Ewing Athletics continues to re-release models from the ‘90s.

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Ewing Athletics Celebrates 4th of July With a Stars & Stripes 33 Hi
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atmos Has Customized Another Ewing 33 Hi
Ewing Athletics Talks About the Special All-Star Game 33 HI and Basketball In Canada
Ewing Athletics Brings Back the Ewing 33 Hi in Black/White
Packer Shoes x Ewing 33 Hi "Miracle on 33rd St."
Ewing Athletics Focus Black/Grey

2015

Releases special edition of Focus with DTLR in celebration of the Independence Day

2014

Release St. Patrick's Day 33 HI limited edition

2012

Launches blog on official website
Reintroduces Ewing Athletics

1996

Wears the final model "Empire" that would be released in 1990s

1994-1995

Releases "Domain" and "Image" two models

1993

Launches the big hit "Focus"

1992

Wears a special version of "Eclipse" to commemorate the Olympic Games

1991

Debuts the "Center" model

1990

Wears first main release 33 HI in NBA season

1989

Founded by Patrick Ewing
 
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