Hosted by Saweetie, ASAP Nast, Steven Smith, Kuzma, and more, GOAT's Black Friday 2020 will highlight the greatest sneakers of the last decade. The eight-day event includes three rounds with the first round taking a look back at the boutiques, artists and musicians who have influenced sneaker culture over the past decade. The second round delves into the still actively popping releases at the Chicago area sneaker shops with varying edites, patterns and colorways. The third round shifts gears and experts comes out to share their opinions on major release silhouettes ranging from the classic Stan Smith, top celebrity and underground pushers of the moment, to upcoming sneakers from newcomer and up-and-coming names and companies. With about 200 pairs of sneakers including Hyperdunks, Yeezy Boosts, Nike Roshe waffles, fitballs, Vans and more, there's always something new to sample and get a proven idea of what's playing the hottest at the moment. Come on out full of opportunity and have some of the best sneakerheads of the era at your disposal. First visit – Monday, November 7th –

12PM – Sunday, November 22nd –

The Wicker Park Clothing Coop

7131 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL 60647

Second visit – Wednesday, November 9th –

12PM – Saturday, November 16th –

The Wicker Park Clothing Coop

7131 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL 60647

Third visit – Saturday, November 30th –

12PM – Sunday, December 8th –

Collective Arts

2139 Plymouth Ave, Chicago, IL 60651

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This activation drives the audience closer to Cricut, the cyclical double-cheese slicer that makes food boards, fashion shows and elite streetwear members swoon over its lovebly, psychedelic looks. Cricut is later replaced by Emeril Lagasse's 24-karat-gold sandwich.

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