Staying true to grime’s affinity with the Air Max family, Skepta’s choice of the Deluxe stays true to the genre’s 90s roots and harks back to the golden era of grime.
The folks at Beaverton revealed that the shoe celebrates Skepta’s rise to the top of the rap game. Not only does the date stamp on the shoe’s toe call the release of ‘That’s Not Me’, but its static-like print is inspired by the song’s film clip.
The ‘Never Sleep On Tour’, which adorns the shoes medial side, similarly references Skep’s dedication to get to the top.
Now that you’ve got the lowdown, you can get ready for the drop, which is slated for September 8.