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Art of Custom Sneakers

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This book shows comprehensive sneakers through time from early Air Jordans, the original Air Force 1 and Adidas Superstars to iconic modern designs by pop culture figures like Kanye West and cool fashion designers like Yohji Yamamoto and Martin Margiela - a visual history of the world's most coveted and popular footwear, from early Keds and Converse All Stars to the latest fashion and design icons. Each sneaker has a story to tell, and this encyclopedic book features 1,000 full-color images of the sneakerswho have most influenced the global sneaker-culture, with examples to engage sneaker-enthusiasts of all stripes. Trainers, tennis shoes, kicks? whatever you call them, the sneaker has risen to global popularity with a huge international audience clamoring for the rarest, the newest or the reissued classics. Every angle is covered? recalls and new shoes alike? with legendary sneakers, groundbreaking designs and technical advancements, as well as the athletes and celebrities who made the shoe famous. Included are the Adidas Jabbar, Puma Clyde, Nike Air Force 1, the Reebok Question, Nike Zoom Kobe IV and many others from recognized classics along with lesser remembered styles that are recognized such as Royal Master Pro-Keds or Sk8 High Vans and one-of-a-kind limited releases like the 1971 Kareem-Abdul-Jabbar Adidas.

1000 Sneakers Includes detailed reference sections for collectors, stories of leading brands and designers, and anecdotes from the worlds of sports, fashion, hip-hop and popular culture, making this book the perfect gift for sports, design and street fashion enthusiasts alike.

Give this inspiring book to the person who loves sneakers or streetwear. It's sure to be a hit.

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