Sneaker Freaker Issue 4 has dropped. Though it sounds a bit Nike heavy, it should be a great read none the less: This time round we travelled to Japan and interviewed Hiroshi Fujiwara (Nike HTM), Niroki from Visvim and Steve Sneddon from Jump, our favourite Tokyo shop. But that's not all – we'll also remind you all where the Dunk came from and roadtest the disposable May Fly. Plus there's the latest news from the Proper Shop, Footage, Formula One kicks and Euro vintage hunters. Throw in some artwork by Phunk Studio, Alex Burkart and The Yok and you got yourself a pretty tidy package. But you'll just have to get a copy and see for yourself!
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