Air Max Mondays: Nike Air Max Lunar1 Winter Jacquard Black/Hyper Cobalt


Alright…I know no one really wants to talk about it, but we can only act like it isn’t coming for so long…WINTER! Yes Jack Frost has made an appearance way to early this year and because of that a lot of us sneakerheads have had to put some of out beautiful kicks on ice…no pun intended.

AIR MAX MONDAYS: Nike Air Max 2014 – Hyper Grape


If you are like me and many other sneakerheads out there…sometimes there are sneakers that are released and you like them, but there is just that one thing that is missing on them for you. The problem for us most of the time is we just can’t put our finger on what that missing piece is, so some of us end up not grabbing the shoe at all.

Throwback Thursday: THE ETONIC ‘AKEEM THE DREAM’


There are a lot of sneakers that have been forgotten out there due to the dominance of the bigger brands on the market. But, it is always refreshing to see them make a resurgence back into the sneaker scene to show the younger generation what we had available to us back in the day.

Sneaker Diversity – Asics Gel Lyte III “Triple Black”


Throughout this year Nike has been giving their sneakers a beautiful make over with the Triple Black touch. Like most sneakerheads the first thing we do is start to fantasize about what various sneakers outside the Nike catalogue would look like if they were ever get this wonderful make over as well. While doing my daily research on what is coming out on the sneaker market I got one of the best surprises that I could possibly ask for…

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