Sneaker News Blogs: Best of WDYWT – 11/29 – 12/5

December 5, 2011 BY

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The winner of the Sneaker News Blogs: Best of WDYWT could be swayed by topical influences. After the release of the Black/Cement III on Black Friday, Sneaker News readers voted for the Air Jordan III Black/Cement from 2001 as the best of the week, beating out the Kanye West x Louis Vuitton Jasper and second runner-up ‘Red Lobster’ SB Dunks. This week offers another nice selection of sneakers, but the variety will might have you stumped. Upcoming Zoom Rookies, Air Jordan OGs, Air Jordan Retros from ’94, tons of collaborations, and some great LeBron iDs consist of this week’s Top 20, so give them a quick look and vote for a new winner this week! Still not submitting your own? It takes a camera-phone and 15 seconds of your time – full instructions lie ahead.

Nike SB Dunk Low ‘Slam City’ – Tydro – Calgary – Alberta, Canada

Air Jordan V ‘University Blue’ – TRS – CA

Air Jordan 1 Mid Patent Leather – Frank Rivera – Corpus Christi, TX

Air Jordan VI ‘Ravens’ Customs – NuckySoles – FL

Nike Hyperdunk Supreme ‘Making History’ – Jeffrey Montalvo – Meriden, CT

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Filed under: Air Jordan Air Max 1 Collaboration Customs Dunk Kobe LeBron Nike Air Max Nike Air Penny Nike Foamposite Nike iD Nike SB

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