Vintage Winter Boots
Get em while you still can, some of these boots as you will see in coming posts are very unique.
VIntage Dunham Hiking Boots
These babies are great for the upcoming weather + they’re rad!!
Vintage Air Jordan 1 (1994-reissue)
These are the lovely Air Jordan 1’s reissued in orginal colorways. They are a rare find & unfortunatly not for sale. I thought I’d showcase them since the newer reissues are not as well made.
Vintage Ladies Cowboy Boots
Been away for too long. Here are some neat women’s cowboy boots->
Vintage Haloween Costumes
Here are two costumes put together exclusively with clothing, shoes, & accessories from No Relation Vintage. We have a presumed “Latino Snoop Dogg” Pimp & a “Mexican Manly Man”.
Stop by and I’m sure you too can get a creative costume that surely no one else will have.
Bonus pic or pimp costume in the making…
Women’s Vintage Boots
This style is def all the rage this fall season. Why not get a vintage pair & stand out…
Vintage Women’s Shoes
The above black heels are a near deadstock pair of Salvatore Ferragamo women’s shoes.
VIntage Pierre Cardin Men’s Shoes
Near deadstock pair of “Miami Vice” Pierre Cardin men’s laceless shoes. Would go great with a haloween costume…
Original Air Jordan XIII
These are from 1998, in great condition in a size 11. The price is $50, Great colorway too.
Vintage Nike basketball sneakers from 1990
VIntage Nike basketball sneakers that resemble the retroed Andre Aggasi styles released recently. This pair is from 1990; it is impressive how well they have held up despite the yellowing of the midsole; the air-pocket is still intact.
Vintage Nike Hiking Boots
These boots are from 1994 & in near deadstock condition.
Vintage Mens Shoes
Joan & David men’s shoes in great shape from a great brand. Size 11 @ $25.
Men’s dress boots with a very unique detail…they’re rubber heel sole is made with Perilli rubber! Size 10.5 @$30.
Women’s Vintage Boots
Every week we get new ones in. Come often because they sell out quickly. The bottom two pairs are just a small sample of the women’s footwear we carry.
To my knowlegde these are vintage “skips”, “regects”, or “generics” that kids would get when they really could not afford a pair of name brand sneakers. Kids in those day (1970’s- 1980’s) hated to be seen wearing this type of sneaker because it meant they were poor & had no style.
Some of you might even remember a jingle that went like this:
“Regects, they cost $1.99.
Regects, & they fit so fine…”
I don’t remember the rest. If you do please post it!!
$20 a pop