Sole Theory Presents: Sneaker Diversity

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As a sneakerhead there is one thing that I believe you should have in your collection of kicks…DIVERISTY! I can’t tell you how many times I will be talking to someone about sneakers and I ask them about what kicks they have and I hear 3 main shoes…Jordans, Foamposities and Lebrons. I’m not saying that these sneakers are not hot because I like them as well give or take a couple of the releases…

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.

Fila 2013 Release

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Oh shit! If you thought Nike and Reebok were the only brands digging in their bag of retro releases in 2013. Get ready for what Fila has in store with its re-releases from the 90s […]

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Sole Theory is a sneaker lifestyle guide that explores the social impact of the sneaker culture. Users can expect to gain insight on recent trends, historic brands and signature styles that have heavily influenced the shoe industry. Content will be driven by articles, interviews and reviews that will uncover interesting facts and stories that have rarely been told.