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Nice...Would cop if they released Good work.
6 months, 1 week ago on Air Jordan 8 “Aqua Home” Custom
its the evolution of the release date. Release Dates created Lines then Camp Outs. Camp Outs changed because of violence. In response to violence the RSVP was created. RSVP meant no guarantee for those who could secure a pair through connects of have others camp out for or with them. Out of that came Bots which made it hard for everyone. The next step of evolution may be be anything but. We may see things go back to when release dates either didn't exist or were more flexible. Back to when you had to walk into a store to see whats new.
Just a thought.
7 months ago on Bot vs. Bot: How @solemartyr Seeks to Change the System of RSVP
Great execution. Love the quality of todays customs.
7 months ago on Nike LeBron X “Reverse Championship” Custom
A true Hoops shoe. Function over Flash. Lets not forget every Jordan, penny, barkley etc. was made for function first. People will change their minds about these.
7 months ago on Nike LeBron 11 “Heat” – On-Feet
Well executed design on a slept on silhouette. Good Work Clark!!!
7 months ago on DJ Clark Kent x Nike Zoom Revis “112″ Another Look
@Facsimile you really took your time to type that??? Your cool.
1 year ago on Ichiro Wears OG Carmine VI While Meeting Michael Jordan in 1995
Ichiro rocking Carmines and a pricey Tom and Jerry IceBerg History Sweater. Some of you young cats don't know about that Berg. LOL 90's were great times. No hype, no lines, no resellers just pure love.
The 17's came in the metal box not the 16's. When these dropped they were in the box with MJ's face on it.
1 year, 1 month ago on Cancelled Air Jordan XVI Samples
These are rubber and leather my dude. Collecting kicks is some new fangled non-sense. I'm 31 and have always loved sneakers. It's not about collecting or being hard to get because the shoes you so cherish ie. (Bred XI's) were GR releases not once but twice. So making more shoes in this consumer climate may be a good idea. As for the violence thats something we can control. The companies would get the picture if we stopped buying them. 160-225 dollar kicks are ridiculous and is taking advantage of the die hard consumer along with the wanna-be's. Some who can't afford them may turn to crime to acquire the shoes. We all know Nike and Jordan aren't doing much about it so that leaves it up to us to make some changes. God forbid someone who comments on this page may be a victim and in my eyes that is not expectable . Like I said rubber and leather are not equivalent to flesh and bone, but as long as people are willing to line up, camp out and in some cases kill for their shoes the companies will carry on business as usual. We need to do something, its truly in our hands.
1 year, 2 months ago on 16-Year-Old Kid Shot & Killed over Air Jordans
1 year, 2 months ago on #PairADayGiveaway Day 25: Nike Free Run+ 2 NRG “Wool”
size 13 please
1 year, 3 months ago on #PairADayGiveaway Day 7: Nike LeBron X Black/Red