Say goodbye to long physical lines and longer loading times, as Titan 22 recently launched its official app.
The country’s first and only basketball specialty concept store just made shopping for your favorite footwear and apparel easier with the new Titan App. It’s basically a handier version of their online shop, with a more user-friendly interface and product curation.
Upon downloading the app — registering, if you haven’t —and logging in, customers can browse through the App Exclusives, New Arrivals, and Featured Collection, or use the Search Bar on the home screen. For a larger selection, the Shop tab classifies items into Categories and Brands.
We were trying the Titan App out when these seven sneakers caught our fancy:
Nike Alphadunk ‘Pure Magic’
The Alphadunk isn’t called “one of Nike Basketball’s bounciest game shoes to date” for nothing. Equipped with the largest forefoot Zoom Air unit yet and a reengineered Flyknit construction, it grants the user crazy hops, lightweight durability and support.
Nike Zoom Freak 1 ‘Roses’ (P6,295)
Giannis Antetokounmpo’s first signature shoe is built to handle his freakish specifications and style of play. The Freak 1 has double-stacked cushioning, forefoot lockdown, and multidirectional traction — all of which complement the reigning MVP’s speed, power, and control.
Air Jordan 4 Retro ‘Cool Grey’ (P9,895)
A decade and a half after its initial retro release, the iconic colorway hits the shelves once more to mark the Air Jordan IV’s 30th anniversary. His Airness may have hit “The Shot” in a different silhouette, but the model itself is historic nonetheless.
Jordan Why Not Zer0.2 SE ‘City Tour’ (P6,745)
Now that they’re teammates again, Russell Westbrook is about to give James Harden a run for his money in terms of [wild] style on and off the court. The Brodie channels his “calculated chaos” through his second Jordan sneaker, noticeable in its unique scheme and materials.
Adidas D.O.N. Issue 1 ‘Iron Spider-Man’ (P5,500)
The particular shoe tells the story of Donovan Mitchell’s road to basketball stardom and allows him to maximize his explosive game. The D.O.N. Issue 1’s herringbone outsole, propulsion clip, and Bounce midsole provide the wearer traction, lateral support, and a responsive ride.
Nike PG 3 EP ‘Moon’ (P5,795)
While we’re still waiting for Paul George’s Clippers PE, Nike dropped a clean, lunar-themed silhouette for his signature model. While it has the usual 1/2 bootie construction and responsive cushioning, this version of the PG 3 features a moon-inspired outsole pattern.
Jordan Mars 270 ‘White/Fire Red’ (P8,545)
The Mars 270 is said to be a combination of four previous Jordan sneakers, albeit with a modern twist. The comfortable mesh upper draws inspiration from the AJ 4, while the soft yet durable leather overlays bring to mind the timeless AJ 1.