written by C. Shardae Jobson By the time I was born, two Air Jordan sneakers by Nike had been released. Well into my childhood and high school days, 12+ more would be dispensed. And yet I never felt the want or urge to own a pair of very much coveted and very much controversial Air Jordan. Truthfully, I barely paid the sneaker, brand or legacy … Continue reading What It Feels Like To Finally Wear Air Jordans
Sneaker culture, a once somewhat underground motion for those who appreciated the creation and legacy of sneakers (to a fandom agree), is today a regular facet of New York City fashion. The Brooklyn Museum this past summer hosted an exhibit titled The Rise of Sneaker Culture that chronicled the footwear from the original Converses to the Puma and Stan Smith for Adidas’ of the 1980s … Continue reading Stadium Goods Is New York City’s Latest Sneaker Shop With A Friendly Approach
The current inclination of a Air Jordan renaissance ruling the streets and avenues by local mavens from L.A. to New York, has taken even the most obsessed and all-knowing sneaker lover or retailer by surprise. The sneaker, made for and in honor of Brooklyn born Michael Jordan– regularly crowned as the greatest basketball player–always had a special place for those that grew up in the … Continue reading Have Air Jordans Officially Jump the Shark?