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In the second chapter of “Sole Man”, the 5 chapter series produced by ESPN 30for30 on Grantland.com, tells the backstory how Sonny Vaccaro convinced Phil Knight and others at Nike to go ‘all in’ and gamble on Michael Jordan, to become the … Continue reading
Episode #332 ” On The Good Foot ” 1/7 @ 10 p.m. ET Join the Sole Doctors & Disorderlies on Wednesday at 10 pm for a new show to kick off 2015 “On The Good Foot”. This is year that Marty … Continue reading
Halloween is right around the corner, right? Well, if you want to get your “light up” on, head on over to Halloween Costumes’ website to buy a replica pair of the Nike Air MAG for $98.99. (Yeah, they’re on back-order, … Continue reading
It’s been a long time, but you know the phrase, “Good things come to those who wait.” Well, a good thing already took place when the Nike Air Flight Huarache’s “Bold Berry” sneakers dropped on August 7th and now we … Continue reading
Where were you when the first episode of “It’s The Shoes” aired on ESPN2? Did you watch it with your sole brothers and sisters or were you like me and stayed up late to watch the show when it aired … Continue reading
The outfit was on point, the knowledge was on point and the sneakers, while they may have been in the spotlight, these just “legal” sneakers took center stage and showed and proved.
In the US Virgin Islands there’s a saying that says, “I run tings…..tings don’t run me!”Well, that’s exactly how things went down at the Fresher Than Your Average (FTYA) event on Saturday, May 10th at the Villa Victoria in Boston.
On This Day: 25-years ago, Michael Jordan hit “The Shot” over Craig Ehlo of the Cleveland Cavaliers to win Game 5 of the 1st round in the Eastern Conference. Michael Jordan and the Bulls went 47-35 for the regular season … Continue reading
The Nike Air Trainer Huarache sneakers were released during the spring of 1992 and even though the black, grey and white pair wasn’t the first colorway released, they did make a big splash. The first time I saw the sneakers, … Continue reading
If there ever was a moment in time when a person realized that what they thought was a small and somewhat ‘weird’ thing to be into, I experienced a defining moment last week while visiting Toronto, Ontario and the Bata … Continue reading