Archive for March, 2014

Deadstock Dallas Is Back On The eBay System…

Sunday, March 30th, 2014

I got a letter from my mortgage lender the other day. I opened and read it, it said they were suckers. They wanted my crib for their foreclosures or whatever. Picture me giving a damn I said “Never!”

Dallas Penn’s ‘Fresh 2 Debt’ economic program is much like the economy in the real world in that excessive spending will require a correction. That correction is in the form of me liquidating some of my favorite sneakers and Lifestyle items.

You already know the eBay iD is fancy_pants_gangster.

Tell a friend to tell a friend.

Kid Cudi: Balmain Jeans

Friday, March 28th, 2014


(Unofficial Unauthorized Version)


Wednesday, March 26th, 2014


Repost to celebrate Air Max Day 2014

From deep in the center of the Earth I present to you, the DALLASPENN.COM ‘AIRMAX 1 HEATROX’

a.m.1 heatrox

Back in 1987 Nike began the Air max revolution with the design of these shoes. The Nike Air cushioning technology was now on front street. No longer a whispered mystery, a hole was cut through the sneaker midsole to expose the Air Sole unit for everyone to see.

A super shout goes out to the staff at the Nike Design Studio for helping me to make this series possible. If you want to become part of the movement to design your own sneakers you can visit NIKEID dot com and click the link on the far right for a registration form to the Nike I.D. studios.

What makes the Air Max series so special is the fact that Nike revolutionized sneaker culture from the inside out. By creating shoes that were technically and aesthetically superior to anything available they captured every aspect of the sneaker buying market. Athletes and fly guys had to have these kicks because it would improve their performance in whatever arena they participated in. The Air Max 1 are the beginning of the revolution while the Air Max 360 are the evolution of the revolution. It just goes on and on. ’til the break of dawn.

Biggups to Sneakmove, Better Than Yours, Trapper Juan and Styles By The Gram

Outfit Architecture…

Friday, March 21st, 2014


As winter squeezes of its last hurrahs I’m pulling out a ‘Fit for a chilly trans-seasonal night. I want to rock something clean and futuristic for a date night with chocolate Snowflake.

The jacket was a gift from a friend who grew out of 2X pieces, but he kept his stock immaculate. Polo Sport was such a dope brand at this point with their superior technical materials and cutting edge designs.


The jacket is lightweight and breathable but also incredibly warm. The water repellent shell is the bonus for working thru these oncoming spring showers.

The dirty snow camo print shirt from Royal Premium was a Marshall’s pickup. A nice little shirt for $18 bucks and the Levi’s 501s in anthracite weren’t too bad for $28 either.




Just don’t tell Combat Jack I’m wearing Foamposites

Real clean and simple AND it’s not all Ralph.


Get Ready For Combat…

Friday, March 21st, 2014


“You think you know the history of New York Hip Hop? You really don’t know jack until you talk to Jessica Rosenblum. Hear her talk about her role in opening the downtown NYC nightlife scene to Russell Simmons, Lyor Cohen, the Beastie Boys and LL Cool J. Listen as she shares about her role in making a then unknown Sean “Diddy” Combs into a household name. Learn as she walks us through what really happened that fateful night at the tragic CCNY event and why she wasn’t responsible. Marvel at how she decided to build Funk Master Flex into the brand that he is today. Take in her close and meaningful relationship with the late, great Chris Lighty. We only scratched the surface as to this woman’s integral role in contributing to this culture, but this episode’s lessons is an important and mostly overlooked in this thing we call rap.

PLUS: Dallas Penn shares how he single handedly broke the Internets with his ingenious execution of Pologate.”

Combat Jack