You can argue all you want, but the '90s was the greatest era of the sneaker. That said, they decade was limited in terms of options and colorways. If you wanted to hoop in Pennys, you hoped your school colors were black/blue/white or you were clashing your kicks like crazy with your red and yellow jerseys. Fast forward a decade and take a look at LeBron’s last few signature models—enough colorways to keep everyone laced at every level and color combo. And if that wasn’t enough a lot of sneakers are releasing in highs, mids, and lows at the same damn time. It’s not just basketball anymore—this is becoming a trend with lifestyle, running, and tennis sneakers as well. Seriously, whatever you need—it’s out there.
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