Sneaker Freaker The Ultimate Sneaker Book Band 2

Sneaker Freaker  The Ultimate Sneaker Book Band 2
Author: Simon Wood
Total Pages:
Release: 2020-09
ISBN: 9783836584852

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Sneaker Freaker The Ultimate Sneaker Book

Sneaker Freaker  The Ultimate Sneaker Book
Author: Martin Holz
Publsiher: Taschen
Total Pages: 672
Release: 2018-10
ISBN: 9783836572231

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Every Sneaker Story Worth Telling! A 15-year anthology of cult magazine Sneaker Freaker When self-acclaimed Sneakerhead Simon "Woody" Wood decided to pursue his love of sneakers--and freebie footwear--with a publication, the mighty Sneaker Freaker was born. From its punk fanzine style first edition in 2002 to today's slick print and online operation, the independent magazine has remained at the fore of the global sneaker scene, documenting every collab, limited edition, retro reissue, Quickstrike, custom shoe and more, with raw, fastidious passion. This massive anthology celebrates 15 years of Sneaker Freaker, featuring the magazine's finest pages together with over 130 pages of expert sneaker content never seen before. As "funny and serious, meaningful and pointless at the same time" as the magazine's own ethos, the book packs in more than 650 pages of dense insider knowledge, hundreds of beautiful photos, as well as Woody's own obsessional observations. The book rollicks through some 100 years of sneaker history, documenting Air Max, Air Force, All Stars, Dapper Dan, Michael Jordan, Reebok Pump, and Nike Skateboarding, alongside more obscure treasures like Troop, SPX, and Vision Street Wear. All the major sneaker moments are all there, from Kanye to adidas Futurecraft, Nike Air Force 1 to New Balance, as well as landmark collabs, leading advertising campaigns, and crux talking points, not least Nike vs adidas. All Sneaker Freaker pages have been meticulously redesigned for this book edition, with fresh updates bringing every story up to speed, while preserving the charm of the original prose. Through all the limited editions, customs, retro reissues, and samples, this is the definitive source of sneaker knowledge you'll love as hard as your Beaters. "The most definitive sneaker culture magazine on the planet!" -- MTV

Signature Shoes

Signature Shoes
Author: Ryan Trembath
Publsiher: Eckhartz Press
Total Pages: 154
Release: 2020-11-28
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 1736077406

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Just about everyone is familiar with the Nike Air Jordan shoe, but just when did the practice of attaching an athlete’s name to a shoe become common practice? This text takes you from the beginning of the signature shoe industry, and through the 1980s when the popularity of signature shoes accelerated. At the start of the ‘90s, just about every footwear company was producing a signature shoe, and looking for the next charismatic spokesperson, when they saw the dollars Nike was making with the Jordans. Eventually, signature shoes entered all facets of popular culture and were taken for granted by the public. Before long, it wasn’t just the most well-known and marketable athletes getting their own shoe. Athletes in Major League Baseball, the Women’s National Basketball Association, National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing, Formula One, the Professional Golfers’ Association, the National Football League, musicians, and even the National Hockey League had their own footwear to go along with the mainstays of the NBA and professional tennis circuits.

Giant Robot

Giant Robot
Total Pages:
Release: 2004
Genre: Alternative rock music

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Time Out London Shops and Services

Time Out London Shops and Services
Author: Time Out
Publsiher: Time Out
Total Pages: 304
Release: 2006-10
Genre: Travel
ISBN: 9781905042104

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Featuring more than 3,000 shops and services, this 12th edition of a perennial favorite is fully updated. Packed with the latest stores and trends across the capital, as well as new looks at old favorites.


Author: Ian Fieggen
Publsiher: Sterling Publishing Co., Inc.
Total Pages: 191
Release: 2007
Genre: Crafts & Hobbies
ISBN: 9781402752018

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“The art of deft shoelace presentation” —Entertainment Weekly Transform your dogs from same-old to super-fly with Laces, the ultimate shoe-makeover handbook. Whether you want to completely customize your kicks or just learn how to tie a knot that won’t come undone, Laces shows you how to lace up with style and put Velcro lovers to shame. • 50 fresh lacing styles, including Zipper, Checkerboard, Spider Web, Ladder, and Star • 16 hot knots, including the world’s fastest, “the Ian” • 4 color-coded practice laces you can use right on the front cover

Nike SB The Dunk Book

Nike SB  The Dunk Book
Author: Nike SB
Publsiher: Rizzoli Publications
Total Pages: 352
Release: 2018-10-30
Genre: Design
ISBN: 0847866696

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The first book on Nike's iconic DUNK SB, a mid-rise basketball court staple that has in the last two decades become a colorful (and often irreverent) icon of skate and street wear. Created in 2002, the Nike Dunk was adopted from the court by skateboarders and sneakerheads to become an icon of the streets. An early catalyst to evolving sneaker culture as we know it today, the Nike Dunk has enjoyed a storied legacy of reinvention through numerous iterations and creative collaborations proving to be an integral part of a culture obsessed with sneakers. To celebrate this legacy, Nike SB: The Dunk Book is the first book to present the historical archive of one of the most important shoes ever created. Worn by an ever-growing list of elite riders at competitions all over the world, Nike Dunks are prized as much for their funky, one-of-a-kind designs as well as their high performance. Nike SB: The Dunk Book is filled with stunning images that tell the visual story of Nike SB's most iconic styles. Including Danny Supas, Staple Pigeon Dunks, De La Soul Highs, Paris Dunks, U.N.K.L.Es, and Supreme Dunk SBs, this volume flaunts the signature color-ways and craftsmanship that Nike SBs are known for. Through enlightening anecdotes by the likes of Futura and Paul Rodriguez, readers get intimate accounts of how their favorite sneakers came to be. Also featured are archival images of Nike SB's most recognizable skaters rocking the iconic sneakers, including Eric Koston, Richard Mulder, Grant Taylor, Omar Salazar, Reese Forbes, Brian Anderson, Theotis Beasley, and Daniel Shimizu.

The Principle of Ultimate Indivisibility

The Principle of Ultimate Indivisibility
Author: Brent Robison
Total Pages: 194
Release: 2009-06
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 0578023164

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A Web of Stories by Brent Robison. The Principle of Ultimate Indivisibility weaves together the disparate lives of ordinary people as they stumble through tiny everyday epiphanies on their way from confusion and loss toward redemption. With structures both traditional and experimental, these thirteen linked stories explore the bonds of family...the impacts of religion...our intertwined struggles with grief, love, and addiction...the intangible circuits of influence that link us to strangers...and the blind but determined striving for consciousness that is common to human experience. Stories in the collection have been published in a variety of journals and have won a Short Fiction Award and an Honorable Mention from Chronogram Magazine, a Fiction Fellowship from the New Jersey Council on the Arts, and a Pushcart Prize nomination.

Joyce in the Belly of the Big Truck Workbook

Joyce in the Belly of the Big Truck  Workbook
Author: Joyce A. Cascio
Total Pages:
Release: 2005-05
ISBN: 9780976237310

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