We are near the end of August as well as the end of Summer (for many of us). The warm months of the year is a time when we can expect a variety of models to be rocked with no worries about rain or snow. So as we transition into a time when #sneakerholics may have to worry about the weather conditions, we look back at some of the favorite Summer choices. We’ve been asking enthusiasts on Twitter what their favorite Summer models were. From the responses we got these were the top 10 choices in no particular order.
1. Nike Air Force 1 Low (White on White)
The white-on-white Air Force 1 is a staple in many #sneakerholics collection. The clean canvas is a customizer’s dream and available in a few different incarnations, including the new Lunar Force 1.
2. Asics Gel Lyte III
Thanks to many successful collaborations from the mind of Ronnie Fieg and Summer time releases from the likes of St. Alfred, this Gel runner has never been as popular as it has now. Some great GR colorways helps with that as well.
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Sneakerpedia x Dave White
An Interview with Celebrated British artist Dave White – Part Two
In the second and final instalment of Sneakerpedia’s exclusive video interview with Dave White, the iconic artist sheds light on his collaboration with the Jordan Brand, special releases and all-time favourites.
Hawaii’s In4mation brand has grown beyond the islands and are known all around the globe. But at its core the brand is about skateboarding so teaming up with Vans has happened a number of times over the years. A few years back the In4mation team was allowed to work on arguably Steve Caballero’s most popular model, the Half Cab. Surprisingly their home island was the foundation on which the sneaker was built, but it’s look made it a popular attraction all over the world. Continue reading
The third pair of sneakers in a series of Hemp inspired footwear, the Nike SB Dunk Low Pro “Bonsai” brought the truest sense of color combination with subject matter. Hemp is a more common phrase for Cannabis. It holds multiple uses which stems from different products such as seeds, oils, and cloth material. The material that hemp provides is a durable fabric, which can be used for clothes and kicks. Hemp holds its origins from over 2000 years ago, proving to be a viable option as a source of fabric that has stood the test of time. It comes as no surprise when hemp was chosen as the next material utilized in the classic line of Nike SB Dunks. The Nike SB Dunk Low Pro “Bonsai” released in August 2004 as part of a pack that included both a Cascade Blue and Red Mahogany color released in prior months. This particular pair was the most limited of the three. Rumored to only 420 or 444 pairs available, they became the most sought after pair of the pack.
30,000+ followers strong, it’s no surprise that every week the new Showcase is made up of lots of models, colorways from all over the globe. As we end the 8th month of the year #sneakerholic @WhiteSoles kicks us off with the newest pair of Kamikaze’s to release. Six full pages of randomly chosen sneaker pics are featured from what was shared with us the previous week. Go through every page, let us know your favorite shots and maybe find some new friends to follow on Twitter. And remember for a chance to make it into the next Showcase tweet us a picture of what you’re wearing to @Sneakerpedia and/or use the #sneakerholics hashtag.