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  • The Reebok Ventilator LXR Croc
    By on November 1st, 2007 | No Comments Comments


    The faux croc exterior of the Reebok Ventilator LXR Croc gives this shoe a higher end look than what the price tag would indicate. At just under $60, a single pair of the Ventilator LXR Croc provide a comfortable walking shoe for anyone that has a tight shoe budget around the holiday season. Reebok is offering the new Ventilators as a two pack with a plain black and a plain white colorway for value-minded sneaker fans.

    I have been tough on Reebok styles in recent posts but I am a fan of the Reebok Ventilator LXR Croc. This shoe is unassuming and provides everything you need for an active lifestyle. Check out the pack of Ventilators as they gain wider distribution at the end of October. View More Photos/Info

  • Adidas “Scores for Schools” Gil II Zero
    By on November 1st, 2007 | No Comments Comments
    Adidas "Scores for Schools" Gil II Zero

    As you know, Gilbert Arenas will be bringing you multiple versions of the Adidas Gil II Zero this year.

    The “Scores for Schools” Gil II Zero pictured here are the shoes that Gilbert wore on Monday for the Scores for Schools Foundation Kickoff Event. At the event he selected 82 lucky Washington schools out of a lottery pool of 245 to be a part of his Scores for Schools program.

    He set up this program to provide inner schools in the Washington, DC area with funding. Throughout the season, he will donate $100 to the Foundation for every point that he scores in home games. Then the total amount is matched by the Wizards organization. Last year, the foundation raised over $120K.

    The Adidas “Scores for Schools” Gil II Zero is a white shoe with red and blue accents. It features the Scores for Schools logo the foot strap. 5000 pairs of these shoes are being released to the public in February 2008.

    Check out Gilbertology for information on future releases of View More Photos/Info

  • Best of Nike iD 255 Studio And Nike Air Force 1 XXV
    By on November 1st, 2007 | No Comments Comments

    Best of Nike iD 255 Studio And Nike Air Force 1 XXV

    Here are 25 selected sneakers by DJ Clark Kent and the staff at 255. These sneakers will be available for purchase in limited quantities at the Nike iD Studio at 255 Elizabeth St. New York City on November 3, 2007.

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  • Nike SB 2008 Sample Pics
    By on October 29th, 2007 | No Comments Comments

    Nike SB 2008 Sample Pics

    Here are some pics of the new Nike SB 2008 collection coming out. The pair pictured above, were inspired by New Castle beer and the next pair by artwork by 720 which feature bright colors and a checkered floorboard pattern. These dunks should come out sometime next year so check back for more updates. Via nikeskateboarding.org

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  • Nike Windrunner TR 2
    By on October 29th, 2007 | No Comments Comments


    At about $112 American, the Nike Windrunner TR 2 may seem like a disappointment for the uninitiated. The Windrunner TR2 has been two decades in the making and the profile is incredibly simple for the high price tag. A gray/black/yellow colorway is serviceable though flashier sneaker lovers may want greater variety from a Nike model.

    Anyone who sets foot in a pair of the new Nike Windrunners will leave behind their concerns about the price. The wider toe box prevents your feet from rubbing up against the interior while the mixture of nylon and leather is perfect for street running in rain or shine. I have tried on past versions of the Windrunners and if the shoe’s historical success is any indication, the Nike Windrunner TR2 is a must-have for casual joggers and sneaker fans. View More Photos/Info

  • Nike Dunk High/Low Customs – 54AV
    By on October 29th, 2007 | 38 Comments38 Comments Comments
    Nike Dunk High Custom

    These Nike Dunk High and Low customs look pretty good – particularly for someone who says that they just started creating custom sneakers this summer. I really like the use of color and the detailing. I actually like the look of the Low better than the High. Though obviously they are extremely similar.

    If you want more information about these shoes or to find out about other customs from 54AV, visit the Nike SB forum for more information.

    Nike Dunk High Custom

    Nike Dunk Low Custom

    Nike Dunk Custom