The History of Nike Air Ship

The History of Nike Air Ship
The Nike Air Ship was the Jordan 1 before the Jordan 1. In reality, this was the very first shoe that Michael Jordan wore on court back in 1984. The Air Ship was basically the blueprint for the Air Jordan 1 and was a mid-top shoe.  It featured a total of 8 eyelets compared to...

History of Air Jordan 8

History of Air Jordan 8
Better known as the shoe Michael Jordan had on his feet when the Bulls completed their Three-Peat world championship run in 1993, the Air Jordan 8 was yet another shoe for the history books. The shoe featured a strapped design with unique graphic detailing along with a carpet-like tongue. It’s freakish to know however that if...

History of Air Jordan 7

History of Air Jordan 7
The 7th edition in the Jordan series, the Air Jordan 7 was a unique shoe in more ways than one. The 1991-92 season was historic for Michael Jordan who achieved the following feats: Won the NBA championship Won the Finals MVP Won the regular season MVP Won a gold medal for the US Olympic team...

History of Air Jordan 6

History of Air Jordan 6
Michael Jordan had a unique problem with all the Jordans so far – putting his shoes on! In order to slip into the shoe without wrestling it, Tinker Hatfield once again used his design ingenuity. Apart from creating a reinforced toe on MJ’s new shoe, Tinker created a tongue made out of rubber with two...

Sneakerhead in Focus: Christopher “Christopherlom” Lombardo

Sneakerhead in Focus: Christopher “Christopherlom” Lombardo
Sneakerhead stories continue as we return to the East Coast and the Lombardo brothers. After doing a feature on Joseph, we got the chance to interview his brother Christopher who as mentioned by Joe was the one that got him hooked onto sneakers. In this piece, he tells us all about how his journey started,...
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