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March 7th, 2008

GREYONE sneaker boutique started in 2002 with two designers, Arnold Espiritu and J.B., Jerry Meng later joined them as an additional partner. Both GREYONE boutiques are known for acquiring the most original product at the best prices…the best in what’s referred to as “the grey market.”


Hence the “GREYONE” name. GREYONE has the most unique and simply the hottest collection of sneakers in L.A. Nike recognized them as a prominent, exclusive lifestyle sneaker boutique outlet for their market, so they chose GREYONE to collaborate on package design for an original Nike Air Max 1B shoe.


They have developed their brand extensively since then and now have their own brand, which has done some really exciting collaborations between La Coka Nostra, Soul Assassins, and now even Diamond Supply Co and 3Sixteen.


The Diamond Deluxe Tee: LA’s Premiere streetwear lifestyle boutique GREYONE and the legendary Diamond Supply Co. teamed up for an instant classic on The Diamond Deluxe Tee. Combining GreyOne’s iconic Shield Crest and Sade, the inspiration behind Diamond Supply Co’s namesake, this shirt is strictly for the Smooth Operators out there who are living that Diamond Life.

The Arms Tee: Taking elements of New York’s own 3Sixteen’s infamous “INFANITY” tee, this shirt extracts those same powerful gauntlets and merges them with the GREYONE sword for a deadly one-two weapon of choice.

The Galaxy Tee: The Galaxy Tee is the quintessential GREYONE shirt, with a dope fading pattern that evolves into stars. The design is complimented by contrasting sleeves, collar, and the GREYONE branding on the chest and sleeve.

The Tournament Tee: GREYONE is truly the king, and definitely showing off its Roses of War on this tee, with powerful imagery, yet simply divergent black and white print.

The Soldier Tee: The Soldier Tee features a silhouette of an arms-totting soldier wearing desert apparel, representative of the wars in the Middle East. Complete with a vertical GREYONE hit running down the left side.

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