Customizer: mi adidas Tubular Runner “Frost Mint Crystal”


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Photography By Angel Gonzalez/Vagrant Sneaker ©2015

Here’s a quick view of my mi adidas Tubular Runner “Frost Mint Crystal”. It took over a month to finally receive which is more than what’s stated at adidas.com. In a kind gesture though, adidas actually returned the shipping fees. Kudos to adi for that. I kept the shoe simple with two hues; Frost Mint and Black. It goes alongside my ‘Crystal’ custom series inspired by the Nike Dunk Sea Crystal and Ice Green. For now, here are two photos until I have time to create more and do my review on this mi adidas…

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WallPaper: Nike Air Max Zero


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Out of the Nike vaults comes the Nike Air Max Zero. I received my pair earlier today, but it was raining hard and that prevented me from going out to create some photos. Instead, I did this wallpaper for your iPhone or whatever mobile device you own. I’ll have more photos and my thoughts on this model soon. In the meantime, enjoy the wallpaper that took me a few hours to create…

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camerasNsneakers: Air Max Day – Elevation part 3


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Photography By Angel Gonzalez/Vagrant Sneaker ©2015

Here’s the last set of photos for Air Max Day – Elevation. The prior post showed me on the edge of a building (stupid me) and on this same building, there was an old water tower. If you ever look up at New York buildings, you’ll most likely see a water tower or two, or three. This was our high point of the day. I wanted to do something a little different than just dangling your feet off a building; something everyone is doing these days. With these images I hope you get the scope of how high he was. Unfortunately, we got kicked out shortly after this and I didn’t get one last image with the skyline. Can’t win them all, but next time you look up at a water tower with a ladder, picture DXTR on it. That may make you appreciate it’s height. (This concludes my story of  “How high can you elevate your Air Max on #AIRMAXDAY.” Hope you liked it and are enjoying taking photos of your Air Max today)

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camerasNsneakers: Air Max Day – Elevation Part 2


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Photography By Angel Gonzalez/Vagrant Sneaker ©2015

Here’s a very epic shot of me wearing my Nike Air Max 1 b Safari on top of a building edge. The story, as I explained in the first post, was to get my Air Max elevated as high as I could for #AIRMAXDAY. Well, I did just that with this ballsy photograph. Enjoy the other image and stay tuned for the last part…

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camerasNsneakers: Air Max Day – Elevation part 1


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Photography By Angel Gonzalez/Vagrant Sneaker ©2015

Today is #AIRMAXDAY and people around the world are celebrating the day by wearing their Nike Air Max. It’s also the release of Tinker Hatfield’s original Air Max design, dubbed Air Max ZERO (I’ll have my pair later today). To celebrate the day, I decided to go out and shoot my friend DXTR in two of my Air Max gems. The story was to get as high as we could with the Air Maxes; “How high can you elevate your Air Max on #AIRMAXDAY.” One was this area and another was the top of a water tower on a building. There’s also a couple of ground level shots that I will post later on Instagram, Tumblr and my Facebook. In the meantime, enjoy these photos and happy #AIRMAXDAY…

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