A decade is a monument and measurement worth observing. We consume culture at such a fast clip that most of what we see day to day—the moving images, the ads, the music—wasn't even a dream 10 years ago. Sneaker blogs barely existed at all in 2004, and have evolved from that nascent seed to a veritable weed. 2004 saw the breaking of the Curse of the Bambino. The Patriots took the Super Bowl and Cam'ron had switched from wearing pink to getting caught in a Purple Haze. George Bush had just won an "election." But sneaker culture—at least online—was much different. Blogs have allowed us to keep in faster and wider touch with the world around us, and as a result have helped to shape the culture they document. Here are 10 Ways That Sneaker Blogs Have Changed in the Last 10 Years.

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