Limited Edition PF Flyers Sell Out First Day Offered at Sportie LA; PF Flyers by BUA Will Be Available at Select Retailers in the Coming Weeks!
BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 28, 2004
PF Flyers announce that their limited edition shoes designed by visionary street artist, Justin Bua, "PF Flyers by BUA," sold out at Sportie LA in Los Angeles last night. Sportie LA was the first retailer in the U.S. to offer the shoes that went on sale late yesterday afternoon. Other select retailers around the country and the world will be offering the limited edition shoes over the next few weeks. BUA's designs are applied on an original PF Flyers shoe, the Grounder Reissue. The three limited edition styles of PF Flyers by BUA include, The Baller, The D.J. and The Boombox.
The shoes are being sold at select retailers across North America, Europe and Asia. Only 1,008 pairs of each style are available worldwide. For local retailer information visit www.pfflyers.com.
For the last ten years, BUA has been making a mark in the art world with his combinations of graffiti-esque style, distorted realism and urban themes. Born in New York City, BUA was fascinated by the raw, visceral Manhattan street life. BUA attended the High School of Music and Performing Arts ("Fame") and complemented his education on the streets by writing graffiti and performing worldwide with breakdancing crews such as The New York Express and The Dynamic Breakers. BUA went on to the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA where he earned a B.F.A. in Illustration. In addition to his studio art BUA currently teaches at the University of Southern California. For more information about BUA and his art please visit www.justinbua.com.
First introduced in 1937 by the B.F. Goodrich Company, PF Flyers was relaunched in 2003 through independent retailers worldwide. To learn more about PF Flyers, the legendary action shoe, please visit www.pfflyers.com.
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|Date:||May 28, 2004|
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