Air Jordan V: Continuing To Push The Limits

Air Jordan V

In February of 1990 the Air Jordan V hit the courts on might Michael Jordan’s feet. This sneaker was flashy and as stunning as all the sneakers in the past, but at the same time it had much more character then some of the shoes that were released after it. It has said that this was sneaker that showcased the brilliance and innovation of Tinker Hatfield’s design […]

How Strong Is Your Sneaker Rotation?

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Having a steady flow in your shoe rotation is one of the most fundamental rules in shoe etiquette. Essentially what this means is that there should be no reason for a shoe enthusiast to wear the same pair of shoes for 7 days straight.This offense is heavily frowned upon within the shoe coalition. There are some exceptions to the rule […]

Air Jordan IV: Yeah, It’s The Shoes!!!

Air Jordan IV

After the mind blowing success of the Air Jordan III sneaker one could only wonder what Mr. Hatfield come up with next. The answer to that was the…Air Jordan IV. Due to the massive following that this sneaker had created the demand for the Air Jordan shoe was like no other on the market […]

Air Jordan III: Introducing The Jumpman…

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To a lot of people out there the Air Jordan III is considered to be the favorite. If there is any shoe that made a mark on the world it was this one…everything from the design to the way it was marketed made this shoe a MUST HAVE MONSTER to everyone that was into shoes! […]

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