Saturated

What’s good with my Sneakerhead family? I’m attempting to knock the dust off and get the blog jumping again, so prepare for random blog drops and of course some of my famous rants (I know y’all love em). So who scored on the Air Jordan 1 restock? I heard them things sold out in milliseconds, I didn’t attempt because I have no time for catching Ls.

There has been a lot of drops lately, not from one but from ALL of the brands. Restocks, collaborations, new colorways and everything in between. While it creates great variety allowing everyone to find something they like, I have to ask “Is the shoe game being saturated?”. I ask, but it is almost a rhetorical question because we all know it is. While I could completely dissect and break it all down, nobody would want to read it all and I don’t want to write it all. So, we’ll focus on a few of the bigger brands. If you caught my “What’s been going on?” blog, you’ll recall my mention of Nike feeling some type of way about Adidas growth. Therefore Nike has been hitting the gas to stay ahead of competitors. They’ve started by releasing the OG uptempo with the iconic “AIR” on the side. Initially I was excited, now they have released more colors than you get in a box of crayons. Then Nike created the Vapormax, an innovative comfortable shoe with flyknit upper and complete air bubble sole. Nice right? Right up until they released 20 eleven colors. But wait there’s more, Nike created an collaboration with Off-White. That collaboration seems like it has turned into a full partnership with Off-White recreating all of Nike’s classics and not in the dopest of ways. Looks like Nike is running out of ideas and are just recycling them at this point.

Moving along to Adidas, the OG 3 striped sneaker giant that has recreated itself with nice collaborations and the boost technology. I have not personally owned a pair of boost anything, so I can not attest to how comfortable they are. But the way everybody and their mother has been riding the boost wave they must be comfortable, that or people are sheep. Don’t worry,  I won’t go there in this blog….Adidas has released every style of ultra boost and NMD you can think of: caged, uncaged, behind bars, fresh out, runner, walker, sock, no sock, training, cross training, no training and so on and so forth. Oh and the Yeezys? They are going to ride those until the wheels fall off, Adidas just released photos of the new yeezy lineup and it might be the worst yet….. but hey, if they are buying then keep selling, I guess.

Then there is the Jordan brand, who has saturated the shoe game more than any other brand (barely, they’re neck and neck with Adidas). Releasing shoe after shoe, weekend after weekend with sub par colorways and little to no creativity. Remember how Jordans use to sit on shelves? Exactly!! Jordans have never just sat on shelves, unless the retail was pushing $350. My point is that they’re flooding the market with so many shoes that the average Sneakerhead can’t keep up. So shoes sit on shelves and collect dust, ending up at outlets…. where I happen to shop and will gladly pay a fraction of the price lol.

I feel like the brands are so busy trying to out compete each other that they haven’t noticed how flooded the market is; or maybe they don’t care and they’re just trying to push shoes. Whatever the case may be, the shoe game is definitely saturated right now. To the point shoes are releasing in the middle of the week. Back in the day that was unheard of, especially since we all got paid on Fridays. Nike and Jordan knew when that direct deposit hit…. now they got people out here like fiends, scraping money for shoes that drop Tuesday because you didn’t get paid yet. But, you just have to have them (taps vein in arm). At first I thought “well, if we stop buying then the companies will see the drop in numbers and adjust accordingly, not flooding the market” I was wrong though. Regardless of shoes sitting on shelves and Sneakerheads spending less, these shoe companies continue to flood the market with shoe after shoe after shoe…..I guess that just leaves everyone with multiple options these days, shout out to the saturated state of the shoe game…..I guess, as always cop heavy, keep em fresh and the soles icy. #Salute

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What’s been going on???

What’s good with my Sneakerhead fam? It has been a long hiatus, but I missed my people and I missed writing so here I am…. and I hope there you go. What’s everybody copping these days? Are y’all still in love with the sneaker game or has it left a sour taste in your mouth???

Adidas has been doing their thing lately huh? Boost, Yeezy, Pharell, Yohji Yamamoto and a lot of the classics coming to the forefront of the sneaker game. Been seeing more Adidas than Nikes on feet lately and I think Nike is starting to feel the heat. Don’t get me wrong, Nike is still the big dog….. but I think they have seen a shift in trends and sales.

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So what does Nike do? Start re-releasing all the classics… from Uptempos to OG colorways of Foamposite Ones. Trying to play on the psychological, get you reminiscing and all nostalgic so you run out and buy those shoes that “take you back”. If that doesn’t do it, Nike has released the Vapormax running shoe. A shoe with a lightweight flyknit upper and soles that are all air bubble. Something fresh, innovative and just in time for summer.

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Y’all remember Under Armour? Yeah they fell off after the Curry 2.5. Mainly because the Curry 3 low looked like the newest installment of “Dad shoes” or nurse slippers. Making it hard to be taken serious, not to mention big UA previously used on kicks didn’t cut it aesthetically. Things have gotten so bad that the company had to layoff employees, close to the tune of 250 jobs smh. Under Armour might not be in the shoe game for much longer if they keep this up.

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Reebok is still around, flying under the radar. Always known for being a top but brand but not top 3. Reebok is dropping some nice kicks, most are just overshadowed by their competitors. But don’t be soo quick to count Reebok out, they have a new collaboration with rap artist Future and also a Supreme collaborations in the works. Pics have already leaked for both collabs so be on the lookout. They have some more in the works, but I don’t want to spoil it for you lol.

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Vans vans vans…..A classic in its own right. The brand has always been consistent, but they’ve been making noise with wonderful color blocking, smooth materials and great collaborations that turn heads. Staying true to who they are has been the defining theme for vans and they do it well. Whether it is lows, slip-ons or Sk8 hi the execution is always nice. Plus they work well for any occasion from casual to fancy (if you know what you’re doing).

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Then there is Jordan….. who is inconsistent in every way from materials to colorways to pricing. Jordan is definitely falling from grace, flooding the market with shoes that leave a lot to be desired. There’s no real creativity anymore, they’re just recycling ideas and re releasing classics with unappealing twist. Remember Jordan supposedly being remastered? Yeah, that was almost as big of a joke as the Curry 3 lows (Dad shoes). Sad to say Jordan is not living up to expectations or the name for that matter.

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There’s a lot of brands I have yet to address, think I’ll make a part 2 or an international “What’s been going on?” to shed light on the rest of the Sneakerhead heat available to us all. There are a lot of sleeper brands in the U.S. that are major overseas so I can not leave them out. That wouldn’t be fair…..as always cop heavy, keep em fresh and the soles icy. #Salute

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LOST FILES: Is Shoe Buying Psychological?

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What’s going on with all my Sneakerhead fam out there? Hope all is well and you’re keeping the closet stocked with fire!! I am not going to waste anytime, I am going to get right into it. I want to pose a question to you that I have been asked. Is shoe buying psychological? Before we really get into it, just to be certain, let us define psychological: of, affecting, or arising in the mind; related to the mental and emotional state of a person. You read that and as a Sneakerhead when I ask “Is shoe buying psychological?” You easily reply “yes”.  Shoe buying affects both our mental and emotional states, be honest. I know I leave out of the mall with a kool-aid smile and all kinds of happy thoughts of where I will heat up the scene in my kicks. I do not see any way you could be in a bad mood when out buying shoes, unless you do not have enough for what you want. In that little window you could ask me for $5 and get it!!

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Question easily answered, on to the next right? Wrong! Because it gets deeper. It always seems to work out that way huh? Nonetheless I follow up with “Is it an addiction?” In some cases as a Sneakerhead you have more than likely been hit with this question already. It is usually one of the first questions asked after people come into the understanding of you being a Sneakerhead. So back to the question “Is it an addiction?”Well, what is addiction? Defined, addiction is an unusually great interest in something or a need to do or have something. Hmmmm, starting to sound like a lot of us might have an addiction without even knowing it. I find the definition a bit confusing and debatable. While I do have a great interest in shoes I do not feel a need for them. In my mind addiction has always been pictured as something you will go to great lengths to acquire, you will do anything necessary to get what drives your addiction. I have never pictured shoes that way, if I can not or do not buy the shoes, life will still go on. That is my personal opinion. On the other hand when you see riots, fights and even deaths occur behind shoes it will make you second think the question.

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We could go back and forth with the question all day. Without getting into great debate over whether shoe buying is or is not an addiction. Let us all agree that there are different levels of addiction from low to high. Most Sneakerheads fall under low addiction where they have great interest in shoes and buy at will. Then you have rare cases where things may get out of hand because there are those individuals who feel it is a need and will do what is necessary to acquire shoes. While it may be unnecessary, it still happens and therefore can not be ignored. So yes, shoe buying affects both our mental and emotional states making it psychological. Shoe buying in the case of Sneakerheads (because it holds a great interest to us) it can be considered a mild addiction. No need to run out and create shoe anonymous groups though, I am sure we will all be fine. Just keep it safe and in the right perspective when dealing with your sneaker addiction.

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What Are Those?!

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What’s up with my Sneakerhead fam? I hope all is well and you’re keeping up with all the kicks dropping. Acquiring all that you can afford. Who was able to get in on the Kobe “Fade To Black” collection? That was nice!! I haven’t copped anything lately, I’ve just been appreciating my collection and trying to wear everything.

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The other day I pulled out my Eggplant Flightposites from 2007, no biggie right? Right, but they’re one of my favorites. I’m just out running a couple of errands, grabbing food and I hear “What are those?!” Now normally when you hear that it’s because you or someone around you has on some trash. By that I mean beaters or some unrecognizable shoe, not readily identifiable. Meaning it’s not heat, so “what are those?”. This was different though, this was a “those are nice, what are those?!” It was an older lady, I smiled and told her what they were. While in the middle of telling her, her grandson walks up in Yezzy Foamposites and joins in the conversation. We talk briefly about kicks, my name is called, I said goodbye, grabbed my food and left.

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That got me to thinking about other encounters with individuals that were not Sneakerheads. I say that because interactions with Sneakerheads go differently. Sneakerheads give a nod or sign of acknowledgement and respect. Sometimes, depending on the kicks a conversation will break out. But with those who aren’t Sneakerheads, the questions always come with an “Oooh” and “aaah”. I like that!! I know you guys do too, be honest. It’s just a good feeling to have people like your kicks and to give off a feeling of fascination. That’s not why we do it, but that’s why we do it . Yeah I know…”I do it for me” “I do it because I love kicks”  “I love the game” and yadda yadda yadda, me too! Everyone likes to be noticed though…….in a good way.

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I remember being in the mall once, going from one shoe store to the next of course. I’m with my bro and we can hear people talking in the background saying “look at his shoes”. I had on some Galaxy hyperflights and he had on some some Bred Jordan 11s. In the Sneakerhead world his shoes are worth more than mine, mine have galaxy print on them though. So my shoes are more eye catching, I mean who has the galaxy on their shoes? Next follows “excuse me, what are those?!” I answer with “Galaxy Hyperflights”. They compliment my shoes and we go our separate ways.

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That’s a wonderful feeling as a Sneakerhead, it’s even better when it comes from a fellow Sneakerhead. I have numerous “what are those?!” stories about different kicks. I know you do too, so let’s hear them. Be proactive, get involved, talk to me I’ll talk back!! I am curious about the different kicks you have pulled out and your best or funniest “what are those?!” moments.

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Looking forward to the responses…… in the meantime cop heavy, keep em fresh and the soles icy. Salute!

 

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Just Can’t Let Go

What’s up with my Sneakerhead fam? Long time no hear from, how is everyone doing? It has been a while since we last touched bases and a lot of kicks have released since then. There is no way am I trying to or wanting to recap; lets just acknowledge that a lot of “heat” has dropped and there has been some trash to accompany said “heat” along the way.

I hope you all have been adding to the collections, copping all the kicks that your heart desires and your bank account will allow. That’s what I wanted to address in this blog though, not your bank accounts; that is none of my concern….do you, make it rain if you feel the need!

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I wanted to talk about your collections, more specifically how big are your collections? I ask because I have had some interesting conversations with my Sneakerhead brethren as of late and honestly I was surprised. Not as much as I thought, but surprised nonetheless. All of the conversations centered around the question: Would you sell all the kicks in your collection? Now the question came about because one of my brothers has sold a nice portion of his collection lately. His reason was because he wanted to cop new kicks and he was not really into the ones he had. So instead of stock piling why not flip kicks and use the money from kicks for more kicks? Makes sense and it won’t hurt your bank account as much, I mean if you care about that type of stuff.

A different brother said something similar.  He also wanted to downsize his collection. Which is understandable because after awhile, regardless of how you store kicks they will take up space. Another said he wouldn’t part with ANY of his kicks – it’s just not going to happen. His reason was because of the sentimental value behind his kicks.. Whether he had them as a youth and/or wanted them – they meant something. I heard this response again, but to the tune of: “I wouldn’t sell any kicks other than my bottom shelf, beat kicks and “no name ” Nikes, Jordans etc.” Who wouldn’t do that though? I’d love to make a buck off my beat kicks too. His reason was because he worked hard to get to where he is; to be in a position to hunt down and buy the kicks he wants. So why would he sell them?

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All great points were made, whether they were flipping or keeping everything. But, there was one thing that kept coming up in the conversations. Even with my brothers that were flipping their kicks and switching up their collections. That was the sentimental value; whether it was all, a few or just one pair. They had all spoken on not being able to part with certain kicks. Some were relatable and some were on a more personal level. Which I will not disclose, but they all had some kicks that they just can’t let go of.

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Then I was watching Mayor on youtube and if you know who he is then I need not say more…..but for those of you who don’t, HIS COLLECTION IS RIDICULOUS AND IS 3000 PAIR DEEP!!! My opinion might be a little bias because I love Air Force Ones and that’s a major part of his collection. I digress though, he doesn’t sell or dump kicks. You can’t, not having 3000 pair. It’s hard for me to part with any of my kicks, even my beat ones. Now I have done giveaways but never for a profit and when I decided to sell kicks it hurt every time. Because I needed the money and didn’t truly want to part with my kicks. I honestly hope to house over a thousand kicks one day, so selling kicks isn’t for me. Right now I’m roughly somewhere between 40 – 50 pairs of kicks, that’s okay I guess…..for now.

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Brings me back full circle to my very first question: How big is your collection?

Only for me to follow-up with my conversation question: Would you sell all the kicks in your collection?

Are there kicks you “just cant let go of”?

Please chime in, I’m sincerely interested in how my Sneakerhead fam feels about this topic, so share your comments/thoughts…….as always cop heavy, keep em fresh and the soles icy. #Salute

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IT’S SO HARD TO SAY GOODBYE

What’s good with my Sneakerhead fam? I hope you all are enjoying the holiday season and your families. Have you been on top of your shoe game lately? What’s your latest pickup? Mine was a pair of timbs, it’s colder than a polar bears ba…..never mind.

So it has been brought to my attention that the 2nd greatest shooting guard to ever lace them up is leaving the game after this season. Wow, can’t believe Kobe Bryant’s career will be over after this year, A career that has included five NBA titles, one MVP award, an endless list of All-NBA teams, Olympic gold, and plenty more. A soon to be Hall of Famer as well……..so I started to wonder, how much hype will surround his shoes after his shocking announcement??

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Kobe Bryant is not only a household name among athletes and fans, but also Sneakerheads. Kobe has had one of the top 10 bestselling shoes over the last few years, possibly top 5. So one can only imagine what will happen once Kobe is gone from the game. Will that make the shoes more iconic and give them a deeper meaning? Make them more valuable? But to who is the real question. I’m sure amongst Laker/Kobe fans the prices may jump and they will stock pile Kobe kicks. But, outside of his fan base that happens to be Sneakerheads who else will really be concerned with his kicks?

Before I go any further, let’s check out the evolution of Kobe’s shoe over the years:

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Nice collection of kicks over the years, most don’t even know he had a shoe deal with Adidas and produced 6 signature shoes before signing with Nike. Arguably the only player comparable to Jordan on the court, will his shoes continue to be a hot item after his retirement like Jordan? Or will his shoe hype die down once he’s no longer on the court.

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The funny thing in all of this is…..that since Kobe has started to decline on the court his sales have also declined. Is it because of his mediocre play as of late or the mediocre designs they are coming up with for his shoes? Either way, it’s going to be sad and hard to say goodbye to one of the greatest players to ever step on the court. Not a fan of his attitude, but his game on the court was unbelievable. I am glad to say I was around to witness one of the bests, thank you Kobe Bryant for 20 years of greatness.

Feel free to share your comments/thoughts…….as always cop heavy, keep em fresh and the soles icy. #Salute

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BACK TO THE FUTURE……OR NAH?

What’s up with my Sneakerhead fam? It’s been a minute, my apologies for the short hiatus. My birthday was last month and I like to celebrate all month lol….now that all festivities are over, it’s back to business.

Today is October 21, 2015 “Back To The Future” Day. The day Doc and Marty McFly (Michael J Fox) went back in time. imageimage

In the Sneakerhead world this is a big deal because there was rumor of the Nike Air Mag releasing today. The shoe worn by Michael J Fox in the movie and is an extremely rare and expensive shoe. The shoe was once released back in 2011 to auction on ebay. The sales from the shoe totaled over 4 million dollars that all went to the Michael J Fox foundation dedicated to finding a cute for Parkinsons disease.

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The thing that sets these apart from the 2011 is that this edition will have power lacing, just like in the actual movie. Could you imagine?! Having a real life power lacing shoe!! That has to be on the top 5 list of every Sneakerheads dream as far as shoes go. Not necessarily the shoe, but having a shoe that has power lacing. Either way, you see why this release has become such a big deal. Especially with there being a rumor of the shoe being obtainable by anyone with enough money.
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Regardless of the price, the Sneakerhead community is in a frenzy because of tweets between Nike and Michael J Fox twitter accounts. Plus a letter posted by Michael that he received from Tinker himself.
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Fact of the matter is……the Nike Air Mag with power lacing isn’t releasing today. Today is just “Back To The Future” Day and the release of the other shoe Marty wore in the movie the “Nike Bruin”
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plus the NYC showcase of the Nike Air Mag, along with Michael J Fox receiving his pair and Tinkers’ letter being shared. To my knowledge the Nike Air Mag isn’t set to release until Spring 2016 and will only be available through auction, I could be wrong so don’t quote me on that. But to me it seems like a whole lot of hype prematurely, it’s fun to watch everything unfold nonetheless.

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