November 14, 2012 BY Aaron Hope / 0
How seriously you take your identity as a sneakerhead can be gauged by things like the size/scope of your collection, the amount of time you spend dealing with kicks on a daily basis and plenty of other metrics. One especially effective cold read comes from asking people how much they know about relatively obscure models like the Nike Air Max 120, because chances are, when you’re familiar with these kinds of cult classics, you have indeed invested some serious time into this hobby. Complex‘ latest list pulls together some of the forgotten gems of the modern era into one serious score for the hardcore among us, and you can see its contents in full with each model labeled for your convenience after the jump below.
Nike Air Max 120
adidas ZX 710
adidas EQT Running Guidance
Nike Healthwalker Max
Converse World Class Trainer
Nike Air Trainer Patrol
Tags: Complex.com Lists
@AkPifstar Probably like registering the amount of steps you took each run.
Or maybe measure where your foot has the most pressure.
What would you think it else did, play mp3's or can be used as a beamer.
What a retorical question.
@84 @AkPifstar Hey I've got an idea, instead of talking down to people and trying to make yourself sound clever why don't you go and brush up on your use of the English language.... Firstly you spell it rhetorical and secondly I don't think you could of used it in a retarded way do you even know what it means?
@84 @inTheNameofQuen - to each their own dude. U really need to stop baggin on ppl on the net....its a sign of weakness in real life that you feel the need to be rude with the safety of annonymity.
@84 @AkPifstar Actually it means an question that you wouldn't want an answer to, as in asking the question to make a statement, I could also answer you in Dutch if you'd like because English is Infact my second language....if you don't like seeing other people comment on a post go read a book or something to be honest nobody wanted your opinion in the first place.
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