Evolution Of Sneakers In The History Of Their Existence

Running shoes, which are used not only for sports or running, but also a part of everyday uniform. They are famous for how easy and practical shoes, whose history goes back more than 150 years. It is worth noting that during this time running shoes have come a long way to metamorphosis and improvements. Tracing the Evolution of the shoe can be due to the project The Rise of Sneaker Culture, in which were collected the most outstanding models (about 150 copies).

Running shoe brand Thomas Dutton and Thorowgood, 1860-1865 years

Running shoe brand Thomas Dutton and Thorowgood, 1860-1865 years

Sneakers Converse, 1917

Sneakers Converse, 1917Sports shoes Dominion Rubber Company, 1925

Sports shoes Dominion Rubber Company, 1925Model Waitzer, founded by Adolf Dassler, founder of Adidas, 1936

Model Waitzer, founded by Adolf Dassler, founder of Adidas, 1936Model Gripper brand Converse, 1940-1950 years

Model Gripper brand Converse, 1940-1950 yearsModel Waffle Trainer brands Nike, 1974

Model Waffle Trainer brands Nike, 1974Model brand Adidas, 1980

Model brand Adidas, 1980Model Micropacer brand Adidas, 1984

Model Micropacer brand Adidas, 1984Model brand Nike, 1984-1985 years

Model brand Nike, 1984-1985 yearsModel Foamposite brand Nike, 1997

Model Foamposite brand Nike, 1997Model Air Jordan III brand Nike, 1988

Model Air Jordan III brand Nike, 1988Model brand Nike, 2003

Model brand Nike, 2003Model brand Nike, 2005

Model brand Nike, 2005Model brand Puma, 2009

Model brand Puma, 2009Common Projects, 2015

Common Projects, 2015Source — www.supercoolpics.com

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