Monthly Archives: June 2013

Sneaker Spotlight: Sneaker Freaker x Saucony Grid 9000 “Bushwhackers”

Sneaker Freaker x Saucony Grid 9000 "Bushwhackers"

Building on an amazing 10 year history, Sneaker Freaker magazine took to the Saucony Grid 9000 for one of three of their anniversary collaborations in 2012. As one of the most beloved publications in the industry, the passion that they show for sneaker tends to show with every collaboration that they do. They have taken great care to choose beautiful materials and loved silhouette, and it has earned them a unique spot when it comes to hearts of sneakerholics the world over.

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Sneaker Spotlight: Air Jordan 6 “Carmines”

Air Jordan 6 "Carmine"

Timeless moments and classic basketball eras have been defined by the sneakers that NBA players wear. No matter the occasion, the biggest center stage is set with the first thing that steps on the court. The Air Jordan 6 “Carmines” are no exception to this rule. Jordan, looking for ways to change his game after his grueling defeat against the Detroit Pistons in the 1990 Eastern Conference Finals, focused his attention on adding more muscle to his body. With the Pistons game plan of “Jordan Rules” that featured a very physical treatment towards “His Airness”, Jordan was looking to bounce back from his previous year’s performance. When the Air Jordan VI’s released in 1991, they were always remembered for the sneaker that pushed him over the edge and earned his first NBA Championship. Though the Air Jordan VI “Carmines” didn’t see some of the great performances that Jordan had throughout his Finals run, he did have some highlights in these defining kicks. Continue reading

Sneaker Spotlight: Tom Sachs x NikeCraft

Tom Sach x NikeCraft

When most of us think of sneakers, the name Tom Sachs isn’t one that immediately comes to mind. His style of art is unrefined by most definitions and lacks the smooth lines associated with Nike product. However, do not let the lack of straight lines deter you from the majesty that is Tom’s work. His DIY approach to art has catapulted him into art houses and museums around the country, and has spurred the interest of an entire generation. Continue reading

Sneakerpedia Twitter Sneaker Showcase



The official start of Summer has #sneakerholics bringing out the heat. Kicking off the Showcase this weeks are the just released “Denim” LeBron X’s worn by @TheJasonBell already on foot. The new showcase is made up of randomized pictures show a large range of diversity in brands, models and styles in rocking the kicks. The showcase helps make every Monday better with 6 pages of sneaker goodness. Be sure to let us know your favorite sneaker shots. And remember for a chance to be one of the random choices for the next showcase you have to send a picture of you wearing your kicks to us @Sneakerpedia, and/or use the hashtag #sneakerholics throughout the week.

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Sneaker Spotlight – Nike SB Dunk Low Pro “Carhartt” Pack

Nike SB Dunk Low "Carhartt" Black

It’s no surprise to see Nike going back to its hard-nosed, industrial roots by teaming up with a company like Carhartt for its inspiration on these Dunks. The Nike SB Dunk Low Pro “Carhartt” Pack consisted of two very simple colorways of Shale and Black. With all the crazy releases in 2004 such as the Jedi’s, Cali’s, and Hemp packs; Nike decided to switch it up when it released these classic silhouettes with such a simple placement of color choice. Carhartt, a company that has been around since 1889, has been more known for its workman and rugged style as opposed to the flashiness making up most of the sneaker releases during this time. Make no mistake though, Nike SB did the Carhartt company right by making a simple sneaker that featured neutral colors with tons of character behind it.

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