Sneaker With Remains Of Foot Found On N.j. Beach
New Jersey State Police say a coastal fisherman found an Adidas high-top sneaker on the beach - with the remains of a foot inside. Police say some of the toes still had nail polish on them. But they say the gender and age of the victim have not yet been established. The discovery was made early Tuesday afternoon at an inlet in Ocean City, about 10 miles south of Atlantic City. Police say the remains of the right foot have been sent to the state anthropologist for examination and DNA testing. The sneaker was an Adidas size 5 1/2.
The latest sneaker convention took place in Washington D.C. and boy click did it show up and show out for the sneakers heads last Saturday. The line to get in stretched for three city blocks and the venue space had to be re-evaluated so that more people could come in. Thats how the Sneakerheads do it. They come out for the cause. D.C.
Another way that you can do itif youre getting too old for a costumeis by running out and buying up all the candy that you can get your hands on. And the final way to get into the mood for Halloween is to purchase a pair of Halloween-themed sneakers. Yes, were serioussneakers. This time of year, sneaker companies tend to roll out sneakers specifically for Halloween. And as you can see in the photos here, Reebok is one of those companies thats going to be doing it.
Markets open in 4 hrs 44 mins FILA to be introduced to Bata Shoe Museum sneaker exhibit Press Release: RMP Athletic Locker Ltd. Thu, Sep 26, 2013 2:33 PM EDT Print MISSISSAUGA, ON, Sept. 26, 2013 /CNW/ - On Saturday September 28, 2013, FILA will be formally introduced to the "Out of the Box: The Rise of the Sneaker Culture" exhibit at the Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto, Ontario. This exhibit, which was launched in April 2013, was the first North American exhibition to show the history of the sneaker culture. The FILA shoe, which will be physically in the nike free v4 exhibit late October, was originally known as the Grant Hill II, and was worn by Grant Hill during the 1996 Olympics when the USA basketball team brought home the Gold medal. In 2012, FILA established a museum in the town of its origin, Biella, Italy. This shoe, along with many of the other items that play a part of FILA's century old heritage, has been on display at the FILA Museum in Italy. With an exhibit dedicated to sneaker culture, FILA has loaned the shoe to the Bata Shoe Museum for the duration of the exhibition, which is planned to make its way to the United States next year.
x Nike Air Max, and Miley Cyrus Sure Loves Jordans By Welcome to our Just for Kicks, our weekly sneaker news round up. Here's some stuff you might have missed this week, and a reminder of some pretty cool kicks dropping soon. Fresh Kicks of Bel-Air For Holiday go 2013, Jordan Brand is dropping a '90s inspired collection of shoes and gear , which definitely channels The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, albeit unofficially. Sneaker News got a closer look. The standout shoes? The Jordan XX8 SEs and Jordan Vs. Sneaker of the Week A.P.C.
Before we crown one, check out this weeks SSW. The comebacking Samurai Jared Dillinger in the KD VI Rucker 66. A PBA Fan in the LeBron X All-Star. Alex Mallari in the Jordan Super.Fly 2. La Tenorio in the yet to be released Jordan CP3.Vii.
$3,000: Typical tuition for a student attending a session of the Pensole Footwear Design Academy , run by a former Nike designer in Portland, Ore. (Scholarships are also available.) 10,000 to 15,000: Ballpark estimate for the number of different styles of sneakers for sale at Sneaker Con in New York City. We turn into the biggest sneaker store on the planet for one day, says Sneaker Cons Vinogradov. $15,000: Value of 50 pairs of sneakers stolen from a storage unit in North Carolina last year. $90,300: Winning bid for a pair of Kanye Wests Air Yeezy II sneakers when they went up for auction on eBay last summer. The original retail price of the shoes was significantly less ($245). (MORE: Back-to-School Sales Already: Kids Get Ugly Reminder School Isnt Too Far Off ) $5 billion: Total online sales of athletic footwear in the U.S.
fisherman discovered a high-top sneaker with its wearer's foot still nike free 4.0 inside Tuesday. A fisherman discovered a shoe Tuesday in N.J. -- with the foot still inside. (Photo: Julio Cortez/ AP Photo) Story Highlights New Jersey police say a fisherman discovered a high-top sneaker with a shoe inside Tuesday Some of the toes reportedly still had nail polish on them The shoe was found at an inlet in Ocean City, about 10 miles south of Atlantic City SHARE 158 CONNECT 33 TWEET 20 COMMENTEMAILMORE OCEAN CITY, N.J. (AP) New Jersey State Police say a coastal fisherman found a high-top sneaker on the beach with the remains of a foot inside. Police say some of the toes still had nail polish on them.
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