Monthly Archives: February 2014

Sneakerpedia Twitter Sneaker Showcase: Group Shots #19


@ItsJay215 and @BGleck97

Finishing off the month of February and taking us into March is a new Group Shots Showcase. Enjoy groups of sneakerholics being together and taking pictures of their kicks. Kicking us off are @ItsJay215 and @BGleck97. Be sure to check out every page of sneaker shots and let us know who’s group shots are your favorites. And as always be sure to send your sneaker shot pictures to us @Sneakerpedia and/or use the #sneakerholics tag to have a chance of making the regular showcase and the group one as well.

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Sneaker Spotlight: Stash x Nike SB Zoom Air P-Rod 1

Stash x Nike SB Zoom Air P-Rod 1 via Freshness

Now in its seventh version Paul Rodriguez’s Nike line has changed dramatically over the years. Now we have seen the model as a part of the main Nike lineup in both low and high versions, very different from the original Zoom Air P-Rod 1. When introduced the P-Rod was a more typical “skate” model with additional tech that Nike SB had to offer. To kick off the sneaker’s release in 2006 Nike SB called upon the help of some artists to collaborate on the model. Seen here is Stash’s version, very different from his signature “blue” theme seen on previous collabs. Continue reading

Sneaker Spotlight: Crooked Tongues x New Balance 991 “Black Tom”

Crooked Tongues x New Balance 991 "Black Tom"

Crooked Tongues and numerous sneaker brands have had a strong relationship for years. Some of their strongest bonds are with the folks at New Balance as they two brands have collaborated many times over the years. A variety of models have been chosen and reworked to Crooked Tongues specifications but the “Black Tom” 991 is one of the rarer models that was created. Released in late 2006 as part of the special “Confederation of Villainy” collection spotting these in the wild is like seeing the Lochness Monster. Continue reading

Sneakerpedia Twitter Sneaker Showcase



Kicking off the last week of February the new Showcase is kicked off by the return of the “Powder Blue” Air Jordan 10. Six pages of sneaker pictures randomly selected that were submitted to us last week. Enjoy sneakers from all over the world from all different brands and types. Let us know your favorite pictures and maybe follow some new people on Twitter. For a chance to be in the next Showcase tweet us your sneaker pictures @Sneakerpedia and/or using the #sneakerholics hashtag.

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Sneaker Spotlight: Serato x Nike Air Force 1 Low

Serrato x Nike Air Force 1 Low

For those of us that don’t have the skills on the ones and two’s, the invention of Serato allowed us to mix music and pretend to be a pro. For the professional DJ it gave them the ability to mix together vinyl along with digital sounds opening up a whole new world of exploration and mixing. There are of course plenty of critics about how Serato takes away from actual dj’ing and how it allows anyone to pretend to be a DJ, but you can’t deny how it has changed music and the profession. So in 2007 Nike decided to commemorate it with a special Air Force 1 Low pack. Continue reading