With the help of the Designer and Calligrapher Marco Baldo, I decided to celebrate some of the most important shoes that I had the pleasure to wore and that made the history of the sneakers.
What's your favourite?
After his debut on basketball square, Nike Air Force 180 first hit the streets in 1992,
coming in both a mid top and high.
The Nike Blazer is a basketball sneaker first made in 1973.
The Superstar is a basketball shoe manufactured by Adidas since 1969.
Produced in 1917 as the "All Star", Converse's attempt to capture the basketball shoe market.
The “Old Skool” debuted in 1977 as the so-called "Style 36", a new low-top style as Vans' first skate shoe.
1982: Nike Air Force 1 is the first basketball shoe to use the Nike Air technology.
in 1971-72, Adidas approached the tennis player Stan Smith, to endorse the shoe named after him.
In 1973 Puma came out with Suede shoe for basketballs players.
Introduced in 1968 as a training/soccer shoe, the Gazelle is one of the most popular adidas models ever.
Behind the scenes.