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The Jason Markk x Titan “Essential Shoe Grooming Kit” Is What Every Sneakerhead Wants For Christmas This Year

Submitted by on December 2, 2012 – 12:18 pm8 Comments
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Stuck on what to get your favorite sneakerhead for Christmas? We don’t blame you. Buying something for someone who really loves sneakers can be incredibly daunting. The things that they’d actually put on their Christmas lists, like Nike Air Jordan XI “Concords,” cost a ton of money. And, you can’t just hit up Foot Locker and pick up a pair of whatever sneakers are on sale on any particular day. They probably won’t like them. So, it can be really difficult to figure out exactly what to get them without blowing the bank.

Fortunately, we’ve got you covered. One of the toughest parts about being a sneakerhead is keeping your kicks clean. Everyone has their own methods (some use their own solutions, while others stick to good old soap and water), but one method that just about all sneakerheads can agree on is the Jason Markk Premium Shoe Cleaner. For the last few years now, sneakerheads have been able to use the cleaner to keep their sneakers crispy. And, now, just in time for the holidays, comes the Jason Markk x Titan “Essential Shoe Grooming Kit.” Inspired by the barbershop-like atmosphere at the Titan basketball store in the Philippines, the “Essential Shoe Grooming Kit” includes a 4-ounce bottle of Jason Markk Premium Shoe Cleaner, a cleaning brush with the logos of Jason Markk and Titan laser-etched into it, and a really cool box that promotes the collaboration.

So, if you’re still not sure what to get the sneakerhead in your life this holiday season, then consider copping this kit that’ll help him or her clean their sneakers. As we prepare to enter the cold, damp, dark winter season, they’re going to need something to help them stay fresh. And, this kit is designed to do exactly that. So, pick up one of the limited-edition kits on November 29 when they’re released. Trust us: They’ll love you for it.

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