AIR MAX MONDAYS: NIKE AIR MAX 95 EM (SPACE MISSION)

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One of the best things that has been happening over the past couple years with sneaker culture is the fact that many of the designers have taken many risks with colourways and designs. Even if you have the same sneaker as someone else some kicks are so rare that people can’t help but respect you even if you have the same sneaker as someone else. Some sneakers are just worth sharing with fellow sneakerheads.

AIR MAX MONDAYS: Nike Air Max 95 (Triple Black)

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As sneakerheads we sometimes get the tendency to get really caught up in various colourways of sneakers often forgetting that when you simplify things it can make a huge difference. We are always looking for some nice bright vibrant colours to give the sneaker that “WOW” factor, but because the sneaker market has become so over saturated with vibrant sneakers something seems to be missing…

AIR MAX MONDAYS: AIR MAX PLUS (CASPER)

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I don’t think I’m too far off from saying that it doesn’t matter what brand or style of shoes you are into…there is just something about an ALL WHITE pair of shoes that just makes you feel so clean and fresh. Well, even though summer is coming to a close there’s nothing wrong with rocking some fresh white kicks when the time is right!

AIR MAX MONDAYS: NIKE AIR MAX 98 – HYPER COBALT/BLACK

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Due to the fact that there are so many sneakers on the market we tend to forget some of the sneaker heat that was released in the past. Like most sneakerheads out there I’m guilty of sometimes forgetting some of the classics because of the amount of great releases that we have been getting now. This is one of the reasons why I’m so grateful for the retro market because it gives me the chance to have a second chance on sneakers that I slept on.

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