This sneakers are just plain sick. These have to be collectibles. The detail would not even want me to wera these ever.
Hey any of our readers from Portland, Oregon let us know if you go to this exhibit and send some pics. Email Street Knowledge Media @ firstname.lastname@example.org
As part of Jimm Lasser’s The Dunk on McCain exhibition which opened last night at the Tyson Space, the marquee piece was a specially created Obama Force One. The half-art piece, half sneaker features a unique sole which bears two different designs.
The left shoe bears the statement ” A black man runs, the nation is behind him” while the right shoe features a shot of Barack Obama. The opening night included special prints created with the shoe soles for sale.
The Dunk on McCain Exhibition
T Y S O N S P A C E
328 NW Broadway, No. 116 (between Flanders and Everett)
Sneaker enthusiast (amongst many other talents), Bobbito Garcia has just dropped some new Air Forces and these will definetly satisfy any sneakerhead addiction. Being one of the first poineers to push sneaker culture to the forefront, he is now reaping the rewards of his passion and his colloborations with Nike are on point and always deserve a post when the drop.
Source: Nice Kicks
In a surprise release, the Bobbito Garcia Air Force Ones have made their way to the House of Hoops in Harlem. We just got word that they have released today, Friday, April 4th for $125. These first released (and sold out) late last year, but consider this a second chance for you if you slept or missed out.
House of Hoops
268 W 125th St
New York, NY 10027
While hybrids designs incorporating the physical characteristics of popular sneakers has taken some time to become respected practice amongst sneaker brands, Nike has taken another slightly off beat approach. They’ve looked to a much heralded running line which never mind the performance aspect has yielded some of the most aesthetically pleasing colorways throughout the sneaker world. Some of Nike’s most resonating and re-referenced styles over the years would make a return, not as a retro but reincarnated through Nike’s most popular style ever the Air Force