Wael al Jammal’s first pair of sneakers was Nike Air Max 90 infrareds bought for him by his mother when he was a kid. He wore them “everyday and everywhere without fail” stoking his fascination with streetwear.
Jammal selects items from international labels such as Yeezy, Bape and Supreme including men’s, women’s and unisex styles. Expect an exclusive rotation of hard-to-get-your-hands-on apparel and footwear including sneakers, hoodies, T-shirts, hats and accessories.
Joining the international brands is a selection of local labels such as Steeze Villains, Charlie Vegas and Plus2 – brands carving out their own spots in Adelaide’s streetwear scene.
Fairfax ADL also takes shoe consignments focussing on good condition, sought-after streetwear styles that aren’t available elsewhere. It’s a collaborative process that allows sneakerheads to sell unwanted gear without doing the work.
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