Exclucity New Dix 30 Location

Exclucity New Dix 30 Location

Montreal-based sneaker and clothing store Exclucity has been doing big things over the last two years, including the Galaxy Foamposite and Yeezy 2 releases. Exclucity has been known to do it big. When their second location opened in the Downtown area of Montreal, they sold pairs of Galaxy Foamposites, Jordan Concord 11s, Cool Grey 11s, Jordan YOTR 7 and of course the pair I picked up, The 30th Anniversary Camouflage Air Force One.

Exclucity has now announced a third location opening on December 7th, in the Dix 30 area of Montreal. Gentry Humphrey (Fomer General Manager of Jordan Brand for the uninformed) will be in attendance to answer questions, take photos and sign autographs (don't forget, shoes count as things that can be autographed). Gentry spent many years as the head of Jordan Brand and has now moved over to Nike to fry bigger fish.

Exclucity has also announced a chance at winning a 1000$ shopping spree in which the winner will be announced at the opening of the new store. The contest opens November 27th and closes December 1st. In order to enter you must visit either the West Island or Downtown location of their store. At the same time they are having crazy Black Friday sales that you can take advantage of between the same dates as the contest entering.

Keep your eyes and ears open as Exclucity will be announcing a list of sneakers that will be available at the openeing of the new location. Expect a crazy line, no matter the weather.

By Thomas Berghello
Nov 28, 2013 @ 22:56

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