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Camouflage, camouflage and camouflage again. It seems that modern sports brands are too keen on this print. Despite the fact that every second pair of sneakers or sneakers has camouflage elements in their appearance, designers continue to produce more and more camouflage models of sports casual shoes. Apparently the print is so popular that you can’t hide from it anywhere. Gumshoes, as previously mentioned oversized silhouette with double lacing. Adidas Top Ten Hi Camo sneakers are made of dense fur fabric. Continue reading
You probably own at least a dozen sneakers. Sneakers, sneakers, tennis shoes, moccasins, slippers, or whatever you call them – sports shoes have left their mark on our lives since their inception in the early twentieth century. Today we look back to reproduce the chronology of the origin and transformation of this iconic shoe, to see how they achieved such popularity.
Charles Goodyear made rubber-soled shoes possible in 1839 when he invented the vulcanization process. The American inventor, who first conducted the vulcanization of rubber, a process that he discovered in 1839 and patented on June 3, 1844. Continue reading
Nike has been hiding one of its most terrible secrets right in front of our eyes for almost four decades. To keep secrets Nike has huge buildings behind brick facades in Beaverton, Oregon, where the patented AIR Nike technology was developed and is being improved. Another Nike plant, which is also one of the main innovation centers, according to some sources, is located in St. Louis, Missouri, and both of these giants are responsible for producing more than 3.5 billion Nike Air units each year. How does this mysterious process happen, many readers ask? First, let’s go back a bit and recall the story of the invention of the AIR block. Continue reading