I'm doing some closet cleaning this morning and I have a lot of old shoes to give away. Be on the look out this week if you live in the Hartford area. A photo posted by Ray Allen (@rayn34) on Jun 30, 2015 at 6:25am PDT Ray Allen is a prodigious sneakerhead who has developed
Last week, it was reported that LeBron James was so impressed by Gokul Venkatachalam’s spelling bee victory (and the fact that he wore a LeBron jersey underneath his shirt) that he sent the young man some gifts including a pair of signed Nike LeBron sneakers.
While it’s not yet known if Ray Allen will return to the NBA at some point, what is known – thanks to the future Hall of Famer’s Instagram account – is that his stockpile of sneakers is impressive as hell.
On Monday, Jeremy Guthrie shook the sneaker collecting world when he “formally” announced his retirement as an active sneakerhead.
Aside from the holiday season, the time leading up to the NBA All-Star Weekend may be the busiest time in the sneaker world.
Michael Jordan may be most-well known for wearing the Nike Swoosh and the Jumpman but before he turned pro and forever changed the game of basketball and footwear, he played for UNC and wore Converse.
Shane Victorino’s passion for sneakers is well-documented, so it’s not that surprising that Shane recently received his very own exclusive Nike Zoom Revis, complete with personal touches. The sneakers have a ton of great details. According to Complex, the all-red sneakers are a nod to the Boston Red Sox. There is an ’18’ and a
[content_block id=134357] At some point, ESPN will seriously have to explore the idea of limiting Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith’s scope of discussion topics to Tim Tebow and Tony Romo because this is getting a little ridiculous. In the above clip, presumed marketing expert and sneaker enthusiast Skip Bayless equates a rape allegation with
Metta World Peace is taking his talents to China to play for the Sichuan Blue Whales. He will also be playing under a new nickname – The Panda Friend. In order to show that he’s really a friend of the panda, World Peace also unveiled the shoe that he plans to play in this season.
Church’s Boutique out of West Hollywood is actually selling these “gold leaf” “sneakers” for the obscene price of $1,875. $1,875. For shoes that look like gold-speckled dried turds. For all of high fashion’s recent trend-hopping onto the sneaker bandwagon, fashion designers have mostly stuck with either adding unnecessary straps and patent leather on their kicks
The really impressive/scary thing about Gilbert Arenas’ sneaker collection is that the shoes he videoed here are apparently the ones that are waiting to make the “closet cut.” “Shoes that’s waiting to make my closet cut be like #floorflow #arewethereyet” This probably means that Gilbert has even more kicks and these are just the ones
As sneakers have gone from athletic wear to fashion statement, luxury brands have taken notice and pumped out their own sneakers, hoping to bring some of their inflated prices to the shoe game. There may be no bigger offender than these Franken-shoes made by Versace. Useless gold zippers, a dumb gold midsole plate and a