New Orleans-loving sneakerheads camped out for these gold Nikes

The gold New Orleans jazz-inspired shoes are available in New Orleans until they become for sale online at Nike.com until Sept. 22.

by nola
September 16, 2018

by Adam Matos
More than 150 “sneakerheads” lined up, many overnight Friday, for a chance to pick up a NOLA exclusive. A pair of first edition Nike SB “Trumpet High” sneakers from Humidity skate store in the French Quarter.
Designed by [hearst-video upload=”2018-09-16T14:58:10.693268Z” thumbnail=”https://hips.hearstapps.com/vidthumb/66875dc4-8193-4df8-91e4-ccc73f98719c/thumb_1920x1080_00002_1537109404_45374.jpg” name=”Sneakerheads camp out for TrumpetHigh Nikes in New Orleans” description=”Nike has unveiled their new sneakers that are a tribute to the city we love most, New Orleans. The Trumpet High Nikes were designed by local Humidity owner Philip Santosuosso.” duration=”81″ ]315d145c-2162-4506-a24b-d91de3954757[/hearst-video] the jazz-inspired kicks are only available here in New Orleans until Sept. 22, when they will go on sale on Nike.com for $110.
Collectors not only were able to snag a pair of the metallic gold-colored shoes but also a limited edition trumpet case box that was available only during the initial release Saturday.
Within hours pairs were already reselling in excess of $1000 online.

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