Nike Air Force 1 Low “Invisible Woman” uploaded by GiammaSneakers
One of latest trend for the sneaker world is to ensure your sock game is as strong as your sneaker game. #Sneakerholics are turning into #sockaholics and one of the best options to show off a unique pair of socks is with the Nike Air Force 1 Low “Invisible Woman.”
Released in 2006 as part of a Fantastic Four inspired pack a year after the major motion picture was released, the Air Force 1 took the properties of it’s inspiration, the Invisible Woman. Not as limited as say the Espo designed Air Force II, the sneaker featured clear plastic panels so that everyone could see your foot on the inside. Featured here is the men’s blue model but there is a women’s model as well that was done in lavender. That colorway is missing from the wiki, can anyone help us with uploading it?
This week we saw the Summer Olympics in London start off. With that in mind, this week’s Sneaker Showcase features a number of Olympic-inspired and country themed sneakers. #Seakerholic @Eye_ProjekT gets things started this week with some unique Nike Hyperdunks that we rarely see. In addition, it seems a lot of sneaker enthusiasts have decided the summer time is the right time to wear low profile silhouettes like the Vans Era and Nike SB Janoski because we also see a lot of those in this week’s selection.
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For #sneakerholics in and around the United States capitol of Washington D.C. Sneaker Con invades your city for another event. After a massively successful showing last August, Sneaker Con returns to so that you see “heat” on feet and on tables. As they have all season long the folks from adidas are helping sponsor the event so expect to get early looks at some of the brands hottest kicks and upcoming releases. Buy, sell and trade with #sneakerholics in an environment for sneaker enthusiasts by sneaker enthusiasts. Continue reading
Nike SB Dunk Low Pro “Boca Jr.” uploaded by G
2005 was a very good year for the Nike SB Dunk Low. One of the most memorable sneakers from that year was the one featured here created for Argentina’s premier sport club, the Boca Juniors. With such a great color combination, it’s easy to see why Nike’s skate division was drawn in by the club’s Nike Football designed uniforms. Continue reading
Today former NBA star and Hall of Famer Karl Malone celebrates his 49th birthday. Unlike Penny Hardaway and Gary Payton, “The Mailman” was more recognized for his on court achievements than his sneakers and his a place in the Hall of Fame confirms that. Not to mention his poster-like dunks being recreated by competitors in the slam dunk competition and even LeBron James during games. Though he wore many different brands of shoes throughout his career, Malone did have some unforgettable sneakers that we’d love to see return as a retro. Continue reading