In end July 2008, Sneakersnstuff dropped a gem on the sneaker world. Showing the utmost love for their country and its history, Erik Jonsson designed the Reebok SNS 5000. The shoe was named by Peter Jansson, one of the...
With a revamped (for the better) Home-Run Derby and another successful Major League Baseball All-Star Game in the rear-view mirror, the second half of the baseball season is underway. While the MLB’s uniform regulations go a long way toward...
Drafted in 1989 after four stellar years at Oregon State and a freaking awesome Sports Illustrated cover story, Gary Payton took over the Pacific Northwest and young ballers alike with his game. And his mouth. There has never, ever,...
Player Exclusive sneakers are commonplace today in the NBA, at least to some extent. But few players over the years have had as many incredible colorways as former (but we welcome a comeback) NBA star Ray Allen. Whether it's the...
For only the third time, the Air Jordan 7 “Bordeaux” will be available to the masses for consumption. Originally released in 1992, the sneaker stood out thanks to its unique look compared to other Jordans. Normally you wouldn’t think...
Damian Lillard turns 25 today and the young star has a lot to be thankful for. He’s been Rookie of the Year, he recently signed a 5 year maximum contract extension with the Portland Trailblazers, and he is now...
Yesterday, WearTesters was covering the opening day of The Rise of Sneaker Culture exhibit live from the Brooklyn Museum. The exhibit showcased the growth in popularity of sneakers and how they have deeply permeated our culture. It focused mostly...
In 2005 Nike SB released the "Team Manager" series which consisted of four brand and five different sneakers. Not surprising the 2 Dunk Lows that were created as part of the series were the most popular. One is the...

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