Month: February 2018

Sean Wotherspoon X Air Max

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The shoe is dropping March 26 for $160 and will be acquirable through the Nike SNKR app. Receiving the sneaker will be drawn on that app. Sean Wotherspoon is a known fashion person in the sneaker industry. Overall I think the shoe looks great and seems very fashionable and it doesn’t look like Nike made it. The shoe gets a 10/10.

OFF WHITE x Nike Vapormax

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Nike is releasing two new colorways of the OFF WHITE x Nike Vapormax sometime this February or March. Although we saw the Top Ten collection with many shoes we remember like, the Jordan 1s, the Vapormaxs, the Hyperdunks and the Air Prestos. We saw many people especially wearing the OFF WHITE Hyperdunks, such as Draymond Green and Devin Booker. The shoe is going to sell out quickly but, the resale value of it may not be as high because the Top Ten collection is very limited but dropping more shoes makes it have a lesser value. This is similar to the situation of Jordan and dropping to many Jordans but, on a smaller scale. The price for them is 250$ which is not surprising since it is a colab with OFF WHITE. So, the shoe overall deserves a 9/10.

The picture had been supplied from Sneaker News.

Michael Jordan’s free throw line anniversary

On February 14th Jordan will be droppin the Air Jordan 3 “Free Throw Line”. Recently Jordan have been dropping many iconic shoes dealing with events that we know of Michael Jordan, for example the Gatorade 6’s. If you are missing out on the Jordans dropping¬†shouldn’t miss out on this one. The shoe includes a clear sole including the image of the free throw line where Michael had dunked from.

feature image¬†Overall I think the shoe is an amazing pair that we need because many Sneakerheads loved the cement 3’s so why not get another pair that has a clear sole with more meaning? For the price of 200$ you may be able to resell this shoe for a lot more. This sneaker gets a 9/10 due to a clear sole won’t last long if you don’t take care of it so, you won’t be able to see the free throw line on the sole of the shoe.

 

The photo came from Sneaker News.

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