Philly Cheese Swag

Recently Slam Magazine Online dropped a story about our homie and  South Philadelphia's own Dion Waiters titled "Dreams Worth More Than Money".  Currently Dion is coming off a break out season with the Miami Heat, his third team in 4 years. In the past he had his time with some of the best, playing along side LeBron in Cleveland and Kevin Durant and the current MVP Russel Westbrook. It was that part of his journey he learned what it took to be a real NBA pro. The story mentions Dion's growth from the 6th man in Syracuse, dealing with some of his closest friends deaths and his ability to overcome it all to be the person he is today.

"After a breakout season, Waiters bared all—the good and the bad, the triumph and the tragedy—that comes with a Philly baller. He’s straight grit, like Rocky Balboa."-SLAM

Check out the video featuring a day in South Philly with Dion that includes him at Ishkabibbles buying everyone cheese steaks or him buying sneakers at the shop at the 1:11 minute mark. Look out for Dion next year, no matter if he's in Miami or another squad, that Philly Cheese Swag is gonna get buckets one way or another.Dion at Suplex

June 28, 2017 by Suplex Philadelphia

Suplex x MVH Philadelphia "Killa Bart"


We would like to thank everyone who purchased our collaboration with MVH Philadelphia.  A special thanks goes out to designer Chas Truslow who is the original artist for the Killa Bart.  We sold out right away, as we unfortunately had more orders than shirts available for sale.  Be sure not to miss out on future projects with MVH.



October 16, 2014 by Suplex Philadelphia

Suplex Philadelphia: A Day with Jake Danklefs

Suplex Philadelphia: A Day with Jake Danklefs from SUPLEX PHILADELPHIA 


Suplex Philadelphia has become the go to people for when popular sneaker figures hit Philadelphia. This time around we are blessed to be acquainted with Jake Danklefs, one of the elite customizers out today. Check his instagram @jwdanklefs to see some of his remarkable work. He came with a few friends including local legend from Delaware, BJ Betts.  Being the down to earth guy Jake is, he had no problems traversing the city from popular South St all the way out to an area known as the Badlands, just in the hopes of finding something he hasn't seen before.