athletic shoe

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athlet′ic shoe′


n.
a shoe for exercise or sport; sneaker.
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The sneakerhead subculture which originated in America during the late 1980s and went global by the end of the 1990s can be attributed to two major sources: basketball, specifically the emergence of Michael Jordan and his eponymous Air Jordan line of shoes released in 1985, and the growth of hip hop music.
Da Original B-Boy Sneakerhead - who later starred in Nike commercials with Michael Jordan.
I am a massive sneakerhead and love finding different collaborations such as Palace x Adidas, Commes Des Garcons, Supreme etc.
StockX allows a sneakerhead to put an "official" value on his or her collection, but it also devalues his or her expertise by removing the economic benefit of mastery and ceding the creation of value to professional industry experts and data analysts.
The first Air Jordan I was released in 1985, pegged to Jordan's success as a basketball player, but the brand quickly grew in stature as Nike began exploiting the sneakerhead phenomenon and a cult following began to develop.
Sneakerhead Fix, Nicholas Reynolds, 4180 Fuller Ave.
That's also where they met fellow founding member Groundislava, ne Jasper Patterson, now a tall and stocky, happy-go-lucky sneakerhead with a penchant for referencing video game soundtracks in his instrumental pop.
We were inspired by sneakerhead culture and sought to create a line of limited edition products that could not only be collected, but also worn and shown off as a fashion statement.
Raf Simons and Rick Owens, with their exaggerated takes on high tops, are just two designers who have produced their own shoes and sold them at price points far above most sneakerhead budgets.
Supply quickly outstripped demand, resulting in a glut of bootleg BAPE on eBay and circulating in sneakerhead communities.
Gym culture and sport posh styling has now become a common everyday wear, whether you're a sneakerhead or not.
Max Gross was a major sneakerhead growing up in Maryland, where strapping rubber bands around baggy jeans at the ankle to show off fresh kicks was the norm among his high school friends.