Category Archives: Sneaker History

Sneakerpedia Sneaker Showcase

Yeezy does it this week with the Light Grey 750’s on the feet of  As the 750’s go we think this one is the nicest so far, amazing what a bit of gum on the sole will do to the aesthetic of a sneaker. Where does the light grey rank in the Yeezy scale for you? This weeks showcase is another heat packed affair, please take a few moments to check it out sneakerholics. 

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Four Years of Nike Flyknit

Four year is not a long time when we think about iconic sneakers, a lot of our favourite most cherished silhouettes have been around for 15, 20, 25 years and more. Flyknit made such a huge impact when it debuted and it’s such a huge part of Nikes frontline product you’d be forgiven for thinking it has been around a lot longer than just 4 years. To visualise it’s short but pioneering history so far Nike have produced this awesome infographic, enjoy!

“Four years after Nike Flyknit was publicly unveiled, the groundbreaking technology continues to redefine performance-engineered footwear. Flyknit unlocks new possibilities for Nike designers to micro-engineer every stitch of an upper, scientifically tuned to meet the exact specifications of athletes. Flyknit also breaks the mould of sustainable performance, not only shaving ounces off each shoe upper, but saving millions of pounds of waste from ever reaching landfills.”


Time Brings Change: The Morphology of Air Force 1


The Air Force 1 is easily one of the most famous sneakers of all time of any brand. Since it’s introduction in 1982 the Bruce Kilgore design has taken on many changes, adaptations, modifications, applications and upgrades. You can see them all here on this dope graphic just published by Nike. We like how they have reference some pretty sweet editions from over the years.

“The test of time is not a model of monotony but, rather, an exercise in progress, which is why the Air Force 1 has never stopped evolving. Over the years, the iconic design has undergone subtle updates to reflect the current moment, without sacrificing its distinct DNA. For the first time ever, those form and structure changes have been documented and displayed in one place: The Morphology of Air Force 1. “

Sneaekerpedia Sneaker Showcase

There was an awakening last week, we felt it and on this evidence @elsey6 felt it too. Rocking the adidas x Star Wars “Super Death Star” Conductors for last weeks opening of The Force Awakens. He wasn’t the only one, it was the perfect scenario for some of you to break out your Star Wars themed kicks as well. Check out the rest of this weeks Showcase you must sneakerholics.

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Masters of Max: The Air Max Icons – Air Max 2015


AIR MAX 2015

The Air Max 2015 is as much about reinvention as it is about revolution. The performance running shoe features an upper that matches the dynamic motion of the flexible, ultra-comfortable Max Air cushioning that debuted in 2013. The first Air Max with a breathable, lightweight, fully engineered and almost seamless mesh upper works in tandem with Nike Flywire technology to wrap the foot. The shoe offers a plush, bouncy ride that uses tubular construction and flex grooves for the latest standard of maximum. Even the reverse Swoosh subverts familiarity and signs off on a new generation of expression.