Crep Protect Is Boxing Up Your Sneakers With Its Crate 2.0

Available exclusively at Crepe City at Box Park, Wembley, London, on November 6.

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Sneaker care brand Crep Protect has just introduced the latest evolution of its popular sneaker crate and it will be available at Crepe City in London, one of the U.K.’s most immersive sneaker events. 

The new sneaker crate has undergone a sleek redesign and features a side-loading and dust-free store compartment, while an enlarged unit also allows space for both high and low silhouettes. And while the crate is designed to fit just one pair of shoes in it, the storage compartment also allows you to assemble additional crates to each other, meaning you can grow the collection and stack crates accordingly. 

In addition, the Crep Protect crates are also designed with a transparent front door, while it also comes with a three-sided view so you can view your sneakers from multiple angles. Finally, the box also comes with a magnetic door and it is crafted to prevent sunlight discoloration. 

You can take a closer look at the new Crep Protect Crate 2.0 above and purchase exclusively at Crepe City at Box Park Wembley and online via the Crep Protect website from November 6.

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