September 7, 2011 BY John Kim / 18
Sneaker News has no qualms about reporting sneaker events across the globe. In fact, the differing trends of kicks is one of the more interesting ponderings for sneakerheads, because while we are all tied together by the same passion, where we stand within that passion has never been so different. The U.S. has a profound love for basketball kicks – the Air Jordans, LeBrons, and Kobes, for example – while our Europe-based brethren has a taste for runners of all brands. Just take a look at the ‘Feet’ shots and you’ll see quite a fresh variety of adidas and Asics alongside Nikes. Continue reading for a nice event recap of Solemart Berlin 2011 and let us know what differences – or similarities – you notice about the sneaker game from across hemisphere lines. via stickabush.
I hate how all these euro guys push their toes down in the pics to get that shape, they know they do it, its lame
Hey Im a hypebeast and sinces theres no j'z this is gay and my nicest shoes are the 2011 bordeauxs SWAG hahah but seriously this is pretty dope
though being german i m absolutely not into runners!!!! lame sh*t!! ! AIR JORDANS & NIKE HIGH TOPS RULE...
... it's a GEL-TWILIGHT (TN309), from 1993. Unfortunately it's only the half pair left, but the light is still working.. oO
Oof...that's a tough one. Obviously an Asics Gel, has to be from '93-'96. Not from the Gel Lyte or the GT line. Looks more along the line of the 121/122. There appears to be a few markings on the upper, which could be due to old age, or possibly because it's a version of the Asics Gel Cross.
really, cuz they even talk about it in the solecollector forums on how to do a correct toe push in the wdywt running and traning section, if thats how you stand than you need to see a doctor cuz it aint normal
surely they're gel sagas or have i missed something? http://www.hanon-shop.com/asics-gel-saga_pre-buy....