Sneaks This Week: March 4th Edition

By Peyton Gallaher 2 cents: Why Jordans aren’t selling out Jordan brand has been on a market shaping tear since 1984. The cultural influence that a simple pair of sneakers has created is simply incredible. A pair of mint condition “black cement” Jordan threes from their original 1987 release are equivalent in value to a…

Sneaks This Week: February 25th Edition

By Peyton Gallaher 2 Cents: A rant and some advice from an insomniac who had no sneaker topics to write about this week. It is late night on Monday and Peyton Gallaher is engulfed by homework, general college leg work, and heaps of editing. He toils away, sitting at a desk while whittling at the…

Sneaks This Week: February 11th Edition

2 cents: The “Just Don” is the greatest sneaker collaboration of all time   Don Crawley grew up on the South Side of Chicago witnessing Michael Jordan’s greatness first hand. Watching those dominant Bull’s teams of the 90s, a seed was planted in the mind of you Don as it was with so many others…

Sneaks This Week: February 3rd Edition

By Peyton Gallaher 2 CENTS: Is the future of the sneaker industry in the hands of musicians? Ballers want to be rappers and rappers want to be ballers. Sports and music; two interconnected cultural aspects of life. Both music and sports are archaic in heritage, but are integral in determining what is considered relevant in…

Sneak This Week: January 28th Edition

2 CENTS: Nike ISN’T DEAD The meteoric rise of Adidas in 2016 was a beacon, signifying a shift in the sneaker community. As the brand pumped out releases of NMDs, Yeezys, Ultra Boosts, EQTs, and many other fashionable, functional silhouettes seemingly every weekend, Adidas stirred up mad hype and watched its cache grow all year…

Sneaks This Week: Summer Review

by Peyton Gallaher Ok, it’s been a minute kiddies. I’d come up with some bogus excuse for why you haven’t seen this in about two months, but that’s a waste of your time. I’ve missed a lot this summer. Therefore, this addition will be devoted to what my favorite summer kicks were. For all three…