Officially renamed and inspired by the original meaning of Ewing’s own middle name, we are proud to introduce the Packer Shoes x Fabolous x Teyana Taylor x Ewing Athletics “Aloysius” 33 High (Fame & War Project).
The black/”OG” edition of the “Aloysius” 33 High by Packer Shoes & Fabolous was designed to serve as a medal of honor for all of the bravery Patrick has displayed on the court and his formidable defense. Constructed using the highest quality luxurious full grain leather hides ever used by the factory, the main design cue comes in the form of custom “Ewing Defence Regiment” crest logo on the tongue which is a direct reference from the Jamaica Defence Force – the combined military force of Patrick’s native land. Staying true to it’s inspiration, the logo contains the original British variant spelling of “defense” with a “c” which correlates to Jamaica’s origins as a British colony.
The gold/black “Aloysius” 33 High by Packer Shoes & Teyana Taylor celebrates the “fame” of being an professional athlete and all the success attraction that came with being under the bright lights of the Empire State during the golden era of the 1990’s when the 33 High was reigned supreme on the streets and courts of NYC. Also constructed using the highest quality luxurious full grain leather hides ever used by the factory, the entire upper features a metallic gold treatment. The main design cue comes in the form of custom “Ewing Empire” logo on the tongue which signifies the iconic status held by Patrick in NYC.
Fabolous and Teyana Taylor have teamed up with Ewing Athletics and Packer Shoes to release the “Fame & War” collection. Teyana Taylor’s design is gold and black while Loso’s edition is black, red and green. Information on pricing and release dates coming soon.
Fabolous and Pusha T had New York in a frenzy when they brought their, “The Life Is So Exciting,” tour to BB Kings. Fabolous had some surprises for the crowd with, Wale, Joe Budden, Teyana Taylor and Troy Ave coming out. The climax of the night was Fabolous bringing out, Lil Mo, to perform their classic, “Superwoman.”