My new all time crush! Beautifuly shot, and very sexy thanks to Iesha Mariee! I don’t want to write a long synopsis, I’ll just shut up and let you enjoy the glory that is Iesha!
Once again with my 2 favorite things in the world, sexy women and sneakers (If that was really my only 2 favorite things in the world I would need a hobby)! But damn it man does it sit high on my favorites list.
Joe Venuto is known for his quality sneaker reviews. Great shots of the actual sneaker, and actually values the opinion of the audience wich he knows are fellow sneaker heads. If you don’t know, go and get familiar.
Trash Lab gives a farely accurate view on the sneaker culture. It’s brief but to the point, gives outsiders a quick description of the current state of the sneaker game that a sneaker head can agree with. Check it out and enjoy!
This film documents Markus Thaler, one of the original designers at adidas, as he passes on some of his great breadth of knowledge on to a handful of young Originals designers. Thaler has lived and breathed adidas’ ethos for more than four decades, learning his craft from Adi Dassler himself, and developing some of the brand’s most cherished silhouettes.
I’m not sure if FRONT Magazine’s bounce test holds any merit to the shoes actual performance, but let’s be honest, the perverts in us really don’t care, enjoy!
Basketball Wives own Draya Michele kills it for the brand Two In The Shirt (T.I.T.S). I’m loving the Olympic Jordan 7s. I wanted them since I was in High School, so this time around I’m definitely copping! I’m feeling the 6s too but 7s are it for me. Anyways just enjoy the BTS, enough of me talking, you came for the beautiful Woman and the sneakers! (I ain’t mad atcha)!
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Toronto’s sneaker style pretty much revolves around the Nike Air Max, especially the older styles like the 86s and 90s. The Nike Air Max shoe uses a large air cushioning unit at the heel which is visible from the side of the midsole. Nike has been releasing the shows with a vintage look that I find really cool. Soles that are already yellowed giving the oxidized looks, and a faded and rough suede. Down to the old school Nike tag on the tongue.
Wich bring be to this video I found. It’s always cool to see the originals. How they hold up over time, and how the retro’s keep true to form.
NIKE, Inc. unveiled their Nike+ Basketball and Nike+ Training technology. Two new experiences that allow consumers to digitally connect to their footwear in conjunction with a interactive training session through the Nike+ mobile application.
Tinker Hatfield and Tom Luedecke breakdown the Air Jordan 2012.
Hatfield and Federer discuss the design and inspiration behind the Nike Zoom Vapor 9 Tour. I personally this running shoes are great for bboying in. especially if you’re doing a lot of footwork. These shoes seem perfect for footwork and fast toprocks. I know its weird and a little non traditional, but performance wise it help, and you should be pushing the envelope a bit.