Tag Archives: D’Wayne Edwards
The Sole Doctors & Disorderlies had a lot to say about the release of the Air Jordan 6 ‘Carmine’ sneakers that were sold at retail on 5/24 and the hype around them. We heard that a number of stores had … Continue reading
“You know the feeling you get when you’re a kid and your parents show up at your school recital?” –@Sol3Flower Yeah, I’ve been there and I had the biggest Kool-Aid smile when I found out that my parents were in … Continue reading
Back in the studio and dropping more sneaker knowledge than some MBA programs, the Sole Doctors and Disorderlies discuss endorsement deals, how the footwear companies market to us and who tells their brand story the best.
It’s Monday and you’re probably tired and feeling a bit unmotivated and you’ve chosen to move a few things to tomorrow’s “To Do” list. Well, stop it because tomorrow is NOT guaranteed!
For OSD Episode #294 the Sole Doctors & Disorderlies discussed Tinker Hatfield’s statement that consumers can expect power laces in sneakers in 2015, but the bigger question is whether we’ll see them in the Nike Air Mag sneakers?
“Meh a walk like a champion……talk like a champion” are famous lyrics from Buju Banton’s Reggae smash hit from 1995 and now in 2014 the lyrics are about to ring true as PENSOLE Footwear Design Academy in conjunction with PARSONS … Continue reading
This week, tucked away in the desert of Nevada a movement is taking place and a few footwear designers are getting the best education on all-things-footwear-related. Some may call him the most humble man in the footwear industry, but many … Continue reading
On this episode the Future of Footwear finalists were announced Zia Ahmad (Running/ Walking) and Thomas Le (Lifestyle-Low) were voted in as the 2 future footwear professionals that will represent the WALK GOOD Brand. Congrats to them both!! WALK … Continue reading
The doctors will see you now! The Doctors?! Yes, the newly crowned Sole Doctors a/k/a/ The OSD Crew prescribe your weekly dose of sneaker talk that gets you through the week and allows you to Walk GOOD until next week’s … Continue reading