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It’s been 25 years since Cypress Hill released their landmark, #1 album, Black Sunday, and to help commemorate the milestone anniversary, the group has collaborated with premium sneaker brand Six Hundred Four on an ultra-limited edition shoe collection. The “surprise-release” will be up for pre-order today.

Constructed with heavyweight hemp, the design is packed with hidden features, while the side paneling subtly symbolizes the recent recreational legalization in California.

“In many ways this sneaker reflects exactly what we’re about as music creators – unwavering pro-cannabis artistry,” stated Cypress Hill’s lead rapper, B-Real. “It has the most marijuana-themed elements of any shoe out there, yet those elements are only discoverable to those who really understand us.”

Cypress Hill Black Sunday Sneaker

The shoes will retail for $225 USD, but pre-order pricing starts at $170 USD. Individuals that  or follow Six Hundred Four (@) on Instagram will receive exclusive updates and access to reserve their pair(s) once the shoes are live at  

Only 604 pairs will be made, with each option available in men’s and women’s sizes. Shoes will deliver in the spring.

This isn’t the first music x fashion collaboration for Six Hundred Four, who recently released a line of sneakers inspired by DEF LEPPARD.

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