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Shoe Palace x Bruce Lee

Shoe Palace Starts 2022 By Teaming With One Of The Biggest Icons Of All-Time, Bruce Lee!

Shoe Palace x Bruce Lee

Shoe Palace Starts 2022 By Teaming With One Of The Biggest Icons Of All-Time, Bruce Lee!

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Shoe Palace is starting off 2022 the same way it ended 2021, with a legendary collaboration. Bruce Lee is easily one of the biggest icons of all time. Shoe Palace has teamed with the Bruce Lee estate to create an apparel collection that features licensed images of the artist and athlete.

The Shoe Palace x Bruce Lee collection features tees, hoodies, joggers, and shorts. The true standout pieces of the collection are the Bruce Lee Track Jacket and Bruce Lee Track Pants. They both honor recognizable pieces of Bruce Lee iconography. They are pieces that every fan of Bruce Lee will want to own and add to their closets. The entire collection was designed by the Shoe Palace creative team and great care was put into each piece of the collection. The entire line was created using high quality materials.

The Shoe Palace x Bruce Lee collection releases February 9 exclusively at Shoe Palace retail locations and on shoepalace.com. The Bruce Lee Poster can be purchased exclusively on bottleneckgallery.com. 100% of the profits from the Bruce Lee prints will benefit the Bruce Lee Foundation. The posters will be available on February 4.

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About the Bruce Lee Foundation

What started as a grassroots movement to honor Bruce Lee’s philosophies and dedication to his craft and his life, is becoming a thriving 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that motivates individuals around the world to become the best version of themselves.

Through a number of educational and social initiatives, the Bruce Lee Foundation encourages people to strive for honest self-expression in alignment with their mind, body, and spirit and in harmony with one another.

Since 2002, the Bruce Lee Foundation has created online and physical exhibits to educate people about Bruce Lee, provided financial assistance to students and families within the United States to attend college, provided martial arts instruction for underprivileged youth, and created and run our Camp Bruce Lee summer program for kids to encounter Bruce Lee’s mind, body and spirit practices.

About Bruce Lee

Bruce Jun Fan Lee (Lee Siu Loong) was born in 1940 in San Francisco, CA while his parents were on tour with the Chinese Opera. Ultimately raised in Hong Kong, Bruce Lee was a child actor appearing in more than 20 films. At the age of 13, Bruce took up the study of wing chun gung fu under renowned wing chun master, Yip Man.

Bruce left Hong Kong at the age of 18, came to the United States and made his way to Seattle, Washington where he worked in the restaurant of a family friend. He soon enrolled in the University of Washington where he pursued a degree in philosophy. Bruce began to teach gung fu in Seattle and soon opened his first school, the Jun Fan Gung Fu Institute. Two more schools followed in Oakland and Los Angeles. Concurrently Bruce married his wife, Linda and had his two children, Brandon and Shannon. In the mid-sixties, Bruce was discovered while doing an exhibition at the Long Beach Internationals and a role as Kato in the tv series The Green Hornet soon followed. During this time, Bruce was also developing his own martial art, which he ultimately named Jeet Kune Do (translated: the way of the intercepting fist).

 

Bruce's art was steeped in a philosophical foundation and did not follow long held martial traditions. Instead it had at its core the ideas of simplicity, directness and personal freedom. After The Green Hornet series was canceled, Bruce encountered resistance while working in Hollywood and so headed to Hong Kong to pursue a film career. In Hong Kong he made 3 films, which consecutively broke all box office records and showcased martial arts in an entirely new way. Hollywood took notice and soon Bruce was making the first Hollywood / Hong Kong coproduction with a film called Enter the Dragon. Unfortunately, Bruce Lee died in 1973 before this film was released. This film catapulted him to international fame. Today Bruce Lee’s legacy of self-expression, equality, and pioneering innovation continues to inspire people all around the world.

About Shoe Palace

In 2023 Shoe Palace will be celebrating 30 years of business. The footwear company currently has close to 200 locations across the country and a successful e-commerce website. The retailer is one of the most trusted names in the industry with a list of partners that includes Nike, Jordan Brand, adidas, New Balance and many, many more. Shoe Palace is the realization of a dream its founder, Agob Mersho, believed could only be accomplished in America. His goal from the start was simple, he wanted to provide a better life for his wife and five kids. In 1978, Agob made the bold choice to move his family from their home country of Syria to the United States. It took 15 years of trial and error, but eventually the first Shoe Palace location opened its doors in the Bay Area of California in 1993.

About the Bruce Lee Foundation

What started as a grassroots movement to honor Bruce Lee’s philosophies and dedication to his craft and his life, is becoming a thriving 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that motivates individuals around the world to become the best version of themselves.

Through a number of educational and social initiatives, the Bruce Lee Foundation encourages people to strive for honest self-expression in alignment with their mind, body, and spirit and in harmony with one another.

Since 2002, the Bruce Lee Foundation has created online and physical exhibits to educate people about Bruce Lee, provided financial assistance to students and families within the United States to attend college, provided martial arts instruction for underprivileged youth, and created and run our Camp Bruce Lee summer program for kids to encounter Bruce Lee’s mind, body and spirit practices.

About Bruce Lee

Bruce Jun Fan Lee (Lee Siu Loong) was born in 1940 in San Francisco, CA while his parents were on tour with the Chinese Opera. Ultimately raised in Hong Kong, Bruce Lee was a child actor appearing in more than 20 films. At the age of 13, Bruce took up the study of wing chun gung fu under renowned wing chun master, Yip Man.

Bruce left Hong Kong at the age of 18, came to the United States and made his way to Seattle, Washington where he worked in the restaurant of a family friend. He soon enrolled in the University of Washington where he pursued a degree in philosophy. Bruce began to teach gung fu in Seattle and soon opened his first school, the Jun Fan Gung Fu Institute. Two more schools followed in Oakland and Los Angeles. Concurrently Bruce married his wife, Linda and had his two children, Brandon and Shannon. In the mid-sixties, Bruce was discovered while doing an exhibition at the Long Beach Internationals and a role as Kato in the tv series The Green Hornet soon followed. During this time, Bruce was also developing his own martial art, which he ultimately named Jeet Kune Do (translated: the way of the intercepting fist).

Bruce's art was steeped in a philosophical foundation and did not follow long held martial traditions. Instead it had at its core the ideas of simplicity, directness and personal freedom. After The Green Hornet series was canceled, Bruce encountered resistance while working in Hollywood and so headed to Hong Kong to pursue a film career. In Hong Kong he made 3 films, which consecutively broke all box office records and showcased martial arts in an entirely new way. Hollywood took notice and soon Bruce was making the first Hollywood / Hong Kong coproduction with a film called Enter the Dragon. Unfortunately, Bruce Lee died in 1973 before this film was released. This film catapulted him to international fame. Today Bruce Lee’s legacy of self-expression, equality, and pioneering innovation continues to inspire people all around the world.

About Shoe Palace

In 2023 Shoe Palace will be celebrating 30 years of business. The footwear company currently has close to 200 locations across the country and a successful e-commerce website. The retailer is one of the most trusted names in the industry with a list of partners that includes Nike, Jordan Brand, adidas, New Balance and many, many more. Shoe Palace is the realization of a dream its founder, Agob Mersho, believed could only be accomplished in America. His goal from the start was simple, he wanted to provide a better life for his wife and five kids. In 1978, Agob made the bold choice to move his family from their home country of Syria to the United States. It took 15 years of trial and error, but eventually the first Shoe Palace location opened its doors in the Bay Area of California in 1993.