Heat Vault and Not For Sale (NFS) have reopened for business and they’re looking better than ever.
The sneaker and streetwear retailers opened their doors two weeks ago, after a temporary closure in mid-March due to the pandemic.
In addition to added health and safety measures, their reopening comes with a brand new store layout, a fully stocked Keymaster, and more in-demand sneakers and apparel than ever.
They’ve also spent plenty of time polishing their newly-launched website, which shows an up-t0-date selection of all their latest products.
Part of their revamped design includes a dedicated wall with all things Travis Scott. Expect boxes of his popular Reese’s Puffs cereal and some of his most popular recent Nike collabs, including the “Cactus Trails” 270, the Jordan 6 Retro, and the Jordan 1 Retro Low.
There’s also an entire section dedicated to recent Jordan releases like the Royal Toe high, the Court Purple high, and the New Beginnings Low.
And of course, a wide selection of (arguably) Nike’s hottest sneaker of the year, the Dunk Low.
The Dunk Low isn’t a new silhouette by any means. It was actually released 35 years ago, in 1985. It was originally used by basketball players but was adopted and found its mainstay with skateboarders.
Thanks to the influence of celebrities and hip hop artists such as Travis Scott, along with hyped-up collaborations with brands like Off-White and Strangelove Skateboards, the silhouette’s popularity is at an all-time high.
Not to mention, the “Chunky Dunky,” a collaboration between Nike and Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream, is a sneaker release that’s seemingly pierced through all of mainstream culture.
“Dunks have made a huge comeback this year,” says the team at Heat Vault. “New Dunks, as well as classics, have become way more popular.”
And if you’re in the market to sell or consign sneakers and streetwear, Heat Vault’s also a great place to check out.
“We at Heat Vault and NFS are collectors at heart,” says the team. “That’s how we’ve started our journey with sneakers and streetwear. We’re always looking to buy from and consign for our customers.”
Now, Heat Vault and NFS want to give away a pair of one of Nike’s most in-demand sneakers. One lucky winner will receive a FREE pair of the Nike “Champ” Dunk Low SP.
Here’s how to enter:
For your chance to win a pair of Nike “Champ” Dunk Low SP sneakers (size 8-12) courtesy of Heat Vault and NFS, do the following:
3. Comment on the contest post with your US shoe size and city, and tag two friends.
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The contest will be accepting entries until 11:59 pm on July 30, 2020, and is open to residents of Canada, excluding Quebec.