Complex’s Joe La Puma went sneaker shopping with Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch at District Footwear in Alameda, Calif.
By now you know that DJ Greg Street can go for days.
The current host of Atlanta’s V-103 and world renowned sneakerhead unveiled a great amount of adidas Originals, Blazers, New Balances and much more in Part I of our invasion of his sneaker room. In the follow-up Sneak Peek episode, George Kiel and Street uncover his entire “Music” wall, an insane Nike SB stash and his collection of Air Force 1s.
In the latest episode of Sole Access, George Kiel visits NYC and goes backstage of the Wild ‘N Out set with the stylist Ty Ampadu and various members of the cast, including DC Young Fly, Rosa Acosta, Emmanuel Hudson and Conceited. Each shares their favorite sneakers and/or unveil what’s currently in their sneaker bags.
After a long hiatus, Sneak Peek is back.
Season 7, also known as “Coast to Coast,” puts the focus on some of the best and most well-organized sneaker collections in various regions of the United States. Today and midway through the NBA Finals, we open up the season with Bay Area resident and Golden State Warriors reserve Andre Iguodala, who owns one of the better sneaker setups – display-wise – that we’ve ever featured in the series. Take a look.
EDM DJ Martin Garrix goes to Flight Club in New York City with Joe La Puma and buys his first pair of Jordans.
Fat Joe links up with Joe La Puma for an episode of Sneaker Shopping at BX Sports in the Bronx.
Over the weekend, Anthony Davis excited basketball and sneaker fans with his prolific play in a gold PE pair of the Nike Air Max Hyperposite 2. While Davis is the latest NBA superstar to lace up a pair of ‘posites in the postseason, we thought it’d be best to trace the lineage. From Penny Hardaway to Kevin Garnett to Chris Bosh, get a history of Foamposite sightings on the NBA’s big stage in the video above.
In the last video feature of our Sneak Peek Season 6, Editor-In-Chief George Kiel once again catches up with Los Angeles native Randy Fernandez. After showing us an amazing stash of Nike LeBrons in Part 1, Fernandez brings out a number of never-before-seen Air Jordan samples, rare Nike Sportswear product and a number of other prized possessions.
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To Rock or Stock? Sneakerheads will do almost anything to get their hands on a unique pair of kicks, going to such extreme lengths as hiding in trash cans to score a pair of Retro Jordan 11s to camping for days in sub zero temperatures for the latest Nike Foamposites. How did sneakers become as prized as collectable art? From the shores of Cali to the congested streets of Tokyo, Sneakerheadz examines the cultural influence of sneaker collecting around the world and delves into a subculture whose proud members don’t just want to admire art, they want to wear it.
Season 6 of our Sneak Peek series, also known as “The Specifics,” is almost completed, but not before we show you one of the most impressive collections ever featured on the series. Randy Fernandez, better known as BallinTwn on Instagram, chose the Private sneaker shop in Long Beach, California as the setting to showcase a number of gems from his assortment of sneakers. In Part 1 of the last episode of the season, the LA native brings out a plethora of LeBrons to jumpstart his part of “The Specifics” series.
Nick Young A.K.A. Swaggy P stops by RIF.LA with 2 Chainz to check out the store’s curated collection of more than 450 pairs of shoes. The two sneakerheads take a look at the shop’s exclusive inventory, including a pair of Jordans that’ll set you back $25,000
Complex’s Joe La Puma links up with teen sensation Austin Mahone at Flight Club Los Angeles for an episode of Sneaker Shopping.
In today’s Episode 5 of Sneak Peek Season 6, we put the spotlight on Mr. Patrick Dempsey, better known as Sneaker Grandpa on social media. The Austin, Texas native takes pride in collecting quality shoes of all brands that are comprised of top-of-the-line materials, but what’s specific about his collection is the unmatched amount of collaborative kicks that he owns.