Sneaker enthusiasts of the North rejoice as Laces Out! trainer festival returns to Liverpool this weekend, on Saturday 24th March.
Laces Out! was founded in 2014 and has since grown to become the biggest UK sneaker festival outside of London.
A celebration of the sneaker community, this one-day event brings together thousands of collectors and traders with pairs of vintage, rare, boxfresh and deadstock trainers to buy, sell, swap or simply covet.
It’s the only major event of its kind in the North of England, a place renowned for its deep-rooted affiliation with the casual sportswear movement.
What will be happening at the festival?
Laces Out! have revealed they will be showcasing over 50 rare pieces from prolific adidas collector Bobby McCarten’s personal archive at the festival.
Main sponsors scotts Menswear will be displaying their impressive adidas Classics and Nike footwear ranges, as well as running a competition to win a £500 voucher to spend with them.
There will also be special guest talks with Edson Sabajo from Patta and Matty Welty from Complex, as well as appearances from other high profile attendees.
The venue is Hinterlands on Mann Street, new this year to the blossoming Cains Brewery Village.
The event starts from 12pm and finishes at 17:30pm. Tickets are available to buy here.