Sneakerhead NBA All-Star Weekend 2016 in Toronto, Canada

When it comes to All-Star weekends most sneakerheads know that on NBA All-Star Weekend you are going to see some real sneaker heat displayed. Most players that take part in the weekend showcase some of the soon to be released kicks from either their own line or the company they are currently sponsored by. Either way as sneaker lover you are always in for a good treat to see what is up and coming on the market!

For the first time ever the NBA has decided to head up North to have their All-Star Weekend festivities take place in Toronto. What that means it is an opportunity for the sneakerheads of Toronto to finally get some spotlight as well. For years most sneaker collectors in Toronto have felt incredibly snubbed by the major brands by the lack of availability of various exclusive kicks, which has had most of us hunting online for sneakers or spending huge loads of money whenever we have the opportunity to our neighbors down south (USA).

Over this historic weekend there are going to be 3 major sneaker events for anyone that is interested is taking in sneaker culture and those that are into it. On February 12 and February 13 the good people from Sole Exchange are putting on 2 amazing events. On February 14 the world famous Sneaker Summit makes its way to Toronto to do what they do best on the day of the All Star Game!

Here are your details…don’t say we didn’t keep you in the loop!

Friday February 12, 2016:


Saturday February 13, 2016:


Sunday February 14, 2016:


Hope to see you there…

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