When we first began the blog, we shared some ideas on how to make Sneakerpedia the best wiki possible. Now that we have more and more sneaker enthusiasts worldwide adding their favorites to the site, we’ve got another way for you to help take it to the next level. You can even show off your photography skills or your own way style in the process.
On each sneaker page, the first image you see is the standard image of shoe but our friends Elliot Curtis (@vitaminthick) and Josh Cole aka wideangle have helped make some of the wiki pages even better by adding additional photos. We can all agree that just a single photo doesn’t do any sneaker justice, especially with all the details that make them so special.
Even though a sneaker may already be uploaded to Sneakerpedia.com, we all have a unique style in how we display our kicks, photograph our kicks, and wear our kicks. So the next time you are clicking through the Sneakerpedia wiki and you think of cool photo you took of one of your favorite pair, add it to the wiki page for that shoe to show off your own personal style. You can upload extra pictures of your favorite detail of the shoes, the box or accessories it came with, or maybe you like to swap out the laces for a different color, all of these would be a great way to help make the wiki better. Remember, it’s up to the sneaker community to make Sneakerpedia great.
Out of thousands of sneakers that have been uploaded on the Sneakerpedia wiki, there is but one that is owned by the most amount of people. That is the original “Infrared” colorway of the Air Max 90. Not surprising, as the man behind the shoe happens to be Nike designer Tinker Hatfield. Known for other popular shoes like the Air Jordan III (3), the athlete, turned architect, turned designer, Hatfield has had his mark on a whole assortment of shoes in Nike’s catalog, including the popular Air Max 90.
Summer officially started last week for a huge percentage of the world. Not only was the temperature rising but #sneakerholics have been showing off heat on their feet as well. In addition, there was not just one, but two events put on by DunkXChange this past weekend.
This week’s Twitter Sneaker Showcase once again shows off a huge variety of sneakers from worldwide.
Check out this past week’s Sneaker Showcase below and let us know who you thought had the best kicks in the comments section below and Twitter!
This Saturday, June 25th, DunkXChange will be celebrating their 6th year anniversary by returning to L.A. once again for its latest tour stop. DXC is an event where you will not only meet plenty of other #sneakerholics showing their passion for all things sneakers, you will also be able to buy/sell/trade clothing and caps, to go with the footwear. Continue reading
This past weekend there were a number of choices for sneaker enthusiasts to get into trouble at. We of course mean, the good kind of trouble, where you come home with a couple pairs of new kicks and have trouble finding a place to put them, or have trouble keeping them off your feet on the way home.
In the US, it was Sneaker Con returning to NYC that spawned some creative video seen below, while Switzerland hosted the Sneakerness crew in Zurich.
A creative way to make sure people know you’re looking to deal.
Sneaker Con returned to NYC and our friends at Whoami? Clothing were able to catch some of the heat that was being worn, bought, sold and traded amongst attendees. There were some Jordans, Nike Dunks spotted, and of course some adidas, who helped sponsor the event.