January 29th, 2014 by Brendan Dunne
Roger Federer continues to roll in the Nike Zoom Vapor Tour 9 PEs. Remember that that Tinker Hatfield sneaker first released back in 2012, meaning that Fed must really approve of them if he’s stuck with them ever since. The latest version he’s showed off is a special Swiss one, giving you an extra something from that country to be jealous of aside from their universal healthcare. The sneakers feature a red and white colorway with a plus sign looking insignia on the back cementing the connection. Continue reading for the full view and stay tuned to Sneaker News to see what comes next from the Vapor Tour 9.
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October 21st, 2012 by John Kim
There’s a reason why sneakers are generally referred to as ‘tennis shoes’. Tennis-specific kicks were a ubiquitous species especially the 1980s, when several brands were serving up shoes for the tennis-enthusiast, so this list of 50 Greatest Tennis Sneakers of All Time put together by Adam ‘Air Rev’ Leaventon for Complex is as much of a history lesson on sneakers as it is an overview of brands not named Nike, adidas, and Reebok. We’ll spoil it for you and let you know that the Air Trainer 1 was crowned the top of the list, but check out some of the rare pieces below and let us know if any of these old-school models nudge your memory at all!
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