Tonight is the much-anticipated reboot of the NBA season so we revisit the NBA collection from Solepack and NBALAB.
The Solepack journey began in the Staten Island-NYC area around the late 90s. The cultural hotbed of NYC around those times played a heavy influence on the movement. As a student, commuter, bballer, sneaker enthusiast, runner, hiker, & traveler Solepack’s founder, Michael Sala, always needed a way to store his shoes on the go. Constantly running out of room in his backpack, Mike would end up carrying around a plastic bag just for shoes. He looked for a product that let him store his shoes on his backpack, but there were none… so Mike invented one himself!
Since the NBA is back it’s time to get your game back on track as well. These Sneaker Carriers from Solepack and NBALAB will help keep your kicks and other belongings compartmented in the coolest sneaker bags ever made the SP-1. The SP-1 served as the perfect canvas to express the NBALAB & artist Billi Kid’s slam dunk player camo designs. It’s an innovative backpack accessory for storing your kicks during travel. The dual compartments are made of a heavy-duty ballistic poly blend and each have a neoprene sole that allows the bag expand to hold larger shoe sizes. The front and back adjustable straps allow you to wrap the bag around most backpacks and each compartment has a strategically placed vent to provide ventilation and keep your sneaks fresh not funky.
We are so pumped for this truncated NBA season. Now of course it’s not gonna be quite the same without fans and not all the teams will be featured. In fact only 10 teams for the Eastern Conference and 13 teams for the Western Conference will compete. The selection was based on who had the best chances to make the payoffs pre-pandemic. Sorry Dub Nation. Here are the teams that made this dance:
New Orleans Pelicans
Oklahoma City Thunder
Portland Trail Blazers
San Antonio Spurs