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Independence Day. The one day of the year you could probably shoot someone at dusk and nobody will call the cops. The day that hotdog-bun bakers wait for all year long. The day when Emergency Rooms across the nation see abnormally high instances of hibachi-related injuries. The day you remember you should put up your American flag in its little bracket on your front porch, so you search for it everywhere, yell at your family for misplacing the flag, then remember that you never took it down last year. Independence Day.
A.K.A. the 4th of July, A.K.A. you had better have some sweet out-of-state illegal fireworks to light off. Speaking of which, what do people light off in states that have legal fireworks? Dynamite? Cannons? Machine guns? Whatever it is, it’s gotta be cool, and illegal. Because that’s what Independence Day is all about.
Fireworks aside, my question to you is this: do you possess the right footwear?
I hope for your sake that the answer is yes, because if you think you can just wear regular old shoes on Independence Day, you are not a true patriot. The sneaker freaker industry has made it clear over the last few years that red, white, and blue footwear is a crucial element to proper 4th o’J celebration. Viz:
Supra has you covered with at least two versions:
The Skytop 2 “Flag Pack”
and the Skytop “Liberty.”
Not a skater, but still feeling the skate vibe? You should probably step out in Nike SB, specifically these Dunk Low Independence Day editions.
Or you can kick it super old-school in some Vans, with either the Star Pack Era and Slip-On:
Or the hipstered-up Vans X Urban Outfitters American edition:
Or these Converse All-Stars:
...or some killer Keds by KRW
You might be golfing on the 4th, in which case you’ll need to floss these Adidas Tour USA spikes:
But if you’re like me, you know that the only thing better than sweet-looking US-flag theme shoes is super-dorked-out US-flag cross-training shoes with gold accents. And thusly, you will be rocking these.