Quite a few months back I said I would be back, but that didn’t happen. I don’t know where to even start , but know that Im in the process of moving this blog to my portfolio site. Basically, when you type in vagrantsneaker.com it will direct you to my portfolio site instead of here. This blog will be defaulted back to the original URL vagrantsneaker.wordpress.com. The reason for the lay off of all things sneaker and photography stuff? My lower back. For a couple of years now I’ve had the grueling pleasure of dealing with a pinched nerve and sciatica on my left leg. Not the best of times I tell you.
Just a really quick post. I’ll be relaunching the site soon (Looking at March). I’ve been too busy now-a-days to sit down and blog like I used too. But, Im in the process of getting a new template for the blog and working on fresh and different content. This year, I’ll get back on the horse.
Anyway, I hope your new year has started out good. See you soon and stay safe.
Photography By Angel Gonzalez/Vagrant Sneaker ©2015
END. drops a SNKR banger two months before the new year and I have happen to have a pair right before they go live online (in about 3hours). They came shipped in a crazy kool ass clear sneaker box too. One you can see through with white lettering of the collaboration on the top and sides of the lid. To top it off, the shipping box came with the collar name on the lid also. Talk about details. This one is surely not to be missed because it looks great in person and on -foot. Here are some exclusive images off foot and on…
Feeling rather chilly right now as I write this post. That’s because my trek to the Arctic to check out the Husky by END. had me running back to my igloo for some warmth. It was a beautiful sight to see, so I had to come back and share my experience. END’s Husky looked young and vibrant. It had a double coat of suede through out it’s upper body looking very lush. Two details that stood out while I was petting the ‘Husky’ were it’s pale blue eyes accented on the laces eyelets and parts of the outsole. The other was the Huskys tongue constantly sticking out. You can notice the color of it on the ankle liner, tongue and parts of the outsole. It’s definitely an interesting creature to look at and well worth the trip. Unfortunately, only a few will be able to get their chance at a look…