AIR MAX MONDAYS: Nike Air Max “Glow Collection”

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2013 has been the year of the Nike Air Max for sure. Nike has been pumping out more Air Max concepts than most sneakerhead’s wallets can keep up with…and this is just for the single shoes. They have also been hammering us with collections, which have had me smashing my piggy banks on the pavement all year! But that being said…I’m not mad at them at all!

Internal Sneaker Battle with a Sole Diva – Round 3 – Birthday Beats

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If there is any day where you think you are special that day would be your birthday…correct? Well, my friends due to the fact that my birthday is at the end of August almost every year I could tell you a stories about interesting things that happen to me on that day…so let me share this one with you!

AIR MAX MONDAYS: Nike Air Max 2014+ Flyknit

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I will be very honest with you and tell you that I’ve always liked sneakers that push the limits when it comes to the imagination, but sometimes even I have my doubts about some of the concepts Nike comes out with. One of the very few concepts that came out of the Nike camp that had me scratching my head in disbelief was the “Flyknit” campaign. How the hell can you make anything knitted look appealing? When I think of knitting, I think of quilts and elderly people chilling in their special chairs creating masterpieces for their loves ones…but that’s just me!

Welcome Back to Toronto Fila…

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Due to the dominance of sneaker brands like Nike, Reebok and Adidas many of the other sneaker companies often get forgotten by the sneaker community. I have said it before and I will definitely say it again, REAL sneakerheads MUST have diversity in their collections if they want to really brag…but that’s just my opinion. That being said, Toronto was recently blessed to have a great event showcasing Fila at the Bata Shoe Museum as the Grant Hill II sneaker was being introduced to the “OUT OF THE BOX: THE RISE OF SNEAKER CULTURE” exhibit.

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