In 1987, Nike debuted one of the most iconic sneaker silhouettes of all time, the Air Max 1. The model was designed by Nike designer Tinker Hatfield, a man responsible for some of the greatest and most popular Nike shoes; the Air Max 90, the Air Jordan 3 and Jordan 4, just to name a … Continue reading Nike’s history with the Pompidou Centre
Air Max. My love for sneakers came in 2013 when I was introduced to Nike Air Max. I was fascinated by the translucent air bubble, the colours, the shape, and overall lifestyle. Of course, prior to this point, I had seen these shoes out and about but this time I was hooked. I had to get … Continue reading Where It All Started
Sean Wotherspoon is a vintage collector and curator who started his store Round Two out of Richmond, Virginia. In Nike's 2017 'Vote Forward' campaign Sean's Air Max 97 and Air Max 1 hybrid was chosen by the public to be produced and released on Air Max day 2018. Until now, the shoe has had a … Continue reading Why Sean Wotherspoon’s Air Max 97/1 is Important to Sneaker Culture in 2018
On March 26th 2016 Nike asked us to vote in the 'vote back' campaign, for which Air Max model we wanted to see brought back in 2017. This was in celebration of the third annual Air Max day, with the most popular shoe seeing a retro the following year. The winner of the vote was … Continue reading Are Nike bringing the Classics back too often?
Introduction I have decided to write a blog about sneakers. I have always wanted to project my views and standpoints about the sneaker culture onto social media but didn't know the best way to go about it, so here we are... CrepCulture. Content CrepCulture will include a variety of sneaker related discussions, debates and release … Continue reading CrepCulture