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Fashion shoes is synonymous with “shoes fashion” is a generic name for footwear designed primarily for modern footwear style or other forms of exercise. In addition, the sneakers come to be used for casual everyday activities. The term describes the type of shoe with flexible soles made of rubber or plastic and uppers of leather or canvas. Examples include sports shoes such as basketball shoes, tennis shoes, cross trainers and other shoes worn for specific sports. Sneakers is a common term used in the northeastern United States and southern Florida. British English equivalent of “sneaker” in its modern form is the “coach”. In some urban areas in the United States, slang for sneakers is kicks. The Hiberno-English, Canadian English and Australian English expression runners or sneakers or running shoes. In South Africa, English uses the term talkies. Etymology The word “sneaker” is often attributed to Henry Nelson McKinney, an advertising agent for NW Ayer & Son, who in 1917 used the term because the sole to the shoe stealthy. The word has been in use at least already in 1887 as the Boston Gazette referred to the “sneakers” than “boys names given to tennis shoes.” The name “sneakers”, originally stated how quiet the rubbers on the ground, as opposed to the noise standard hard leather soled dress shoes. Someone wore sneakers to “sneak up” on you, while someone wears the standards they could not. Previous name “sneaks” was that the detainees used to refer to a security guard because of rubber-soled shoes wore. Popular brands include: Air Jordan, Adidas, Asics, Converse, Athletic, Faye, Fila, K-Swiss, Keds, Lesconil, Mizuno, Merrell, New Balance, Nike, PF Flyers, Puma, Reebok, Sketchers, vans, Macbeth Footwear, DC. Types and number of models High peaks covers the ankle. Low tops or oxfords do not cover the ankle. Mid-cut sneakers in-between the high tops and low-tops. Sneaker shoes extend to the calf. Slip-ons such as low-tops / oxfords do not cover the ankle and no laces. Low-Top CVO (Circular Vamp Oxford) and low peaks do not cover the ankle, but unlike low-tops have bellied in a circular form and is usually 4 to 5 eyelets. High-top CVO (Circular Vamp Oxford), such as high-tops covering the ankle and has a round belly.1970 (5 models) over 1998 (285 models) and 2012 (3371), the number of sports shoe models in the US has grown exponentially. Sneaker culture Sneakers have become an important part of hip hop (especially Pumas, Nike and Adidas) and rock \'n roll (Converse, Macbeth) culture since 1970. Rapper musicians log-million dollar deals with major brands such as Nike, Adidas and Puma for promotion their shoes. Collectors sneaker, called “sneaker heads” sneakers used as fashion items. Artistic modified-sneakers can be sold for up to 1,000 exclusive facilities such as Saks Fifth Avenue. In 2005, he released a documentary, Just for Kicks, the sneaker phenomena and history. Sneakerhead the person who collects, craft or admires sneakers as a hobby. Sneakerhead can also be very experienced in distinguishing between true and false replica sneakers. Sneaker collecting is a hobby are often suggests the use and collection of shoes designed for specific sports, especially but not limited to basketball and skateboarding. Birth sneaker head culture in the United States came in 1980 and can be attributed to two main sources: basketball, specifically the appearance of Michael Jordan and his eponymous line of Air Jordan shoes released in 1985, and the growth of hip hop music. Boom signature basketball during this period, if sheer variety necessary for a collective subculture, while the movement of Hip-Hop\'s sneakers its street credibility as status symbols. Sneakerhead culture has emerged in European nations such as the Czech Republic over the last decade. Styles and marketing More popular brands and styles of sneakers emerged as collectors\' items in the sneaker head subculture. Popular collections include Air Jordans, Air Force Ones, Nike dunks, Nike Skateboarding (SB), Nike Composites, Nike Air Max, in the last few years, Nike Air Yeezy. Shoes that have the highest value are usually exclusive or limited editions. Even some color schemes may be scarcer in relation to others in the same sneaker, inflating the desirability and value. Recently, customs sneaker, or a one-of-a-kind sneaker that were hand painted, have become popular as well. Companies like Nike and Reebok have also custom shops now, where the user can choose colors, custom letters and materials they want, and can be customized Delano. Nike continues to apply basketball stars to market new sneakers. In 2011, Zoom Hyperlink introduced through the Los Angeles Clippers sensation 2010-2011 NBA Rookie of the Year Blake Griffin. Nike has also worked for famous personalities from outside the world of sport to create and market new shoe lines. One example is the Nike Air Yeezy, designed by rapper Kanye West and released in 2009, as well as the Nike Air Yeezy II, which was released in 2012. Skateboarding is from about 2005, a major player in the shoes of collective industry, in particular Supra Skytop Muska I, II, and III. Growth IndustrySneakerhead market has started to manifest itself in a variety of venues. The growth of online retail and auction sites is armed sneaker collectors with better methods to hunt down rare shoes. Shops like Duplex in Philadelphia, site HG Kicks can be found at HG Kicks.com and Flight Club in New York offering rare and exclusive sneakers, and take inventory of the public, selling sneakers on consignment. University of San Diego School of Law alumnus Jordan Geller opened Shoezeum in Old Town near San Diego, which is 9,000 square feet (840 m2), gallery collector sneakers. Foot Locker recently launched Sneakerpedia.com, wiki-based online community for collectors of shoes. NSB developed an online sneaker marketplace dedicated to this niche. Online store sneaker head has grown to such an extent that many counterfeit supply chain developed. As part of its program Student College, Carnegie Mellon University has offered an official course in the history of sneaker collection called sneakerology one hundred and first.