Death Row Records is known for releasing music that defined the 1990s from Dr Dre to 2Pac. Although the hits have stopped, the stories behind the music are still popular fodder for Youtube interviews.
Still active, the record label has just teamed up with Ewing Athletics to create an edition of the Ewing 33 Hi.
We proudly present the Death Row Records x #Ewing 33 HI. Originally founded in 1991, Death Row became the dominant label in hip-hop while the 33 HI ruled the courts. This collaborative sneaker flaunts a premium pig suede upper along with details like a clear translucent red sole, gradient midsole, reflective hits, and special Death Row packaging. The flagship Ewing Athletics shoe, the 33 HI, is an exact retro of the 1990 original. It features a classic reversible ankle strap that can be worn on the front or back of the shoe and a full-length PU midsole for cushioning.
The kicks are now live on ewingathletics.com for $140.