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MidwestSole.com Sticker Contest

Dust off those cameras, log back into your Instagram account and be sure to get ready to pick up some of the newly printed Midwest Sole stickers. Coming soon is the Midwestsole.com Sticker contest which aims to test your creativity in combining those hard to attain angles, camera skills, and dope sneaker collections. This isn’t […]

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Air Jordan XII “Taxi”

1996, Mike  was embarking on his second season after his return from baseball, and the Jordan XII was on his feet, and releasing in stores. November of that year, Jordan Brand released a colorway of MJ’s 12th signature shoe dubbed the “Taxi”. This amazing shoe features and all white leather upper with a black toe […]

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Behind The Scenes: MidwestSole Roundtable Meeting

Last night the writing team here at MidwestSole came together for a video chat for the first time with the aim of discussing various sneaker thoughts and issues. I won’t go into the topics we covered as Nico will be writing those up as the first entry into a series of such discussions. What I […]

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This Week in Skateboarding

This Week in Skateboarding Ending in 7-27-13 Skateboarding’s favorite toothless son Manny Santiago has been floating around without a shoe sponsor since Axion’s demise a few months ago. With recent coverage being scarce (the last time I saw him was X Games Munich) it seemed as if despite Axion’s demise, Manny still somehow had a […]

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Nike SB Project BA

As one of Nike SB’s initial team members, Brian Anderson has remained loyal to the Swoosh for over a decade. With a few Dunk collaborations under his belt and an extensive art and design portfolio under his belt, it only seems fitting that he should finally get a crack at his own pro shoe. At […]

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Vans “Chima Pro”

As one of the oldest skate shoe companies in the game Vans doesn’t hand out pro models lightly. With only a handful of pros on their extensive roster being blessed with a signature shoe, Vans has chosen to bestow this honor on long time team rider Chima Ferguson. Inspired by Chima’s favorite Vans style “The Authentic”, […]

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Nike, a Reseller!

Would you pay almost double retail for a pair of sneakers from Nike already released at clearance outlets? Hopefully your answer is the same as mine, “No”. We all remember the “mistake” Photo blue Jordan 9s with the black bottom, well, they will be released tomorrow at a $130 price point on Nike.com.  Truth is […]

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OG 88′ Air Jordan 3 White/Cement RESTOCK

February 6, 2013 at 4:51pm EST. Some of you may recognize the importance of this date in sneaker circles; this date is also linked with the same date in 1988. In 1988, Michael Jordan soared from the foul line to win the Slam Dunk contest in a pair of Air Jordan 3 White/Cement. In 2013, […]

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Nike LeBron X Low “Cavs”

By far, my favorite summer shoe is the Nike LeBron 9 low. I own 3 pairs (Fireberries, Liverpools, and Summit Lakes). Now you can understand my excitement for the release of the LeBron X low. After being underwhelmed by the “Easter” version of the shoe: a new color way has emerged on the air waves. […]

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Air Jordan IV *’Green Glow’*

Most of the Jordan 4 colorways came out last year: “White Cement”, “Bred”, “Thunder”, and “Fire Red”. Well Jordan Brand has a couple more previously unreleased colorways, like the “Cavs”, up their sleeves for 2013. The first is the already well-hyped “Toro” 4, but now JB is taking the 4 model and adding a new color dubbed […]

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KD V “n7”

“Nike N7 is committed to inspiring and enabling participation in sport for Native American and Aboriginal populations in North America.” (Niken7.com)  The KD IV was the first basketball shoe to support the n7 cause with the two colorways. Now Nike has decided to let the n7 logo grain Kevin Durant’s signature shoe yet again. This […]

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