John Geiger 002 Sneaker

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John Geiger unveils his 002 sneaker.

John Geiger 002 Sneaker

I have a lot of respect for John Geiger. I don't know him on a personal level, but I've watched his grind over the years and I respect it. I first caught wind of John because of his connection to Darelle Revis.

Back then I was one of the few people who were interested in the Zoom Revis. I later found out that Geiger was Revis' manager, and I've been paying attention ever since.

I didn't jump on his custom Air Force 1s like everyone else because at the time I was tired of covering customs. Even though I didn't cover them like everyone else, I was still paying attention.

My greatest respect for Geiger comes from the fact that he did things his own way. The rebel in me identifies and appreciates that way of thinking. That said, Geiger decided to create his own brand.

After the debut and a successful run for the John Geiger 001 sneaker, Geiger is ready to release the follow up. The John Geiger 002 sneaker release date is August 31, releasing exclusively via his online store.

The design looks very current and shares some familiar DNA to some of today's most popular sneakers. Priced at $350, this sneaker is meant to be mentioned with a certain caliber of footwear. Oh yeah, the footwear is made in USA.

I'm sure the only thing Geiger wants to know, do you like what you see?

John Geiger 002 Sneaker

Photos: Hypebeast

Comments (8)
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Baxter Dashingrod
Baxter Dashingrod

That first shoe being a blatant rip off of someone else's design that he was proven to be well aware of really dropped his stock. Even more so with him actively avoiding the accusations and proof. These look like slight variations of everything else that's out right now, and while I'm well aware that inspiration bleeds over, and he's keeping with current design trends, there's just nothing special about them and nothing that particularly stands out from the flock. All the FBCC releases thus far, while obviously heavily influence by Kanye designs, have been far better than the Geiger releases, as have those first Pensole joints Maxwell Lund designed.

DAMRUFF
DAMRUFF

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Im all the way good on these but much respect to John Geiger and all hes done.