Shoes

Burger King Fires This ‘Lettuce-Stomper’ From Cleveland
Burger King Fires This ‘Lettuce-Stomper’ From Cleveland
As soon as this anonymous Burger King employee posted this picture of him stomping on lettuce, with his shoes on, that was to be used on burgers, his location was quickly pinpointed!!! The photo was posted on 4Chan, a site known for hacking and interfering in daily internet traffic, clearly shows the employee's feet firmly planted in the restaurant’s lettuce containers.
Lafayette’s ‘Sneaker Politics’ Recognized Amongst Complex Magazine’s 10 Best Sneaker Shops In The South
Lafayette’s ‘Sneaker Politics’ Recognized Amongst Complex Magazine’s 10 Best Sneaker Shops In The South
Lafayette is often recognized for it's delicious food and amazing culture. Recently, we were dubbed the 'Tastiest Town' according to Southern Living. We also just celebrated Festival International de Louisiane which was crowned as the best for world music. Tell somebody to make some room on Lafayette's trophy shelf for another top honor as our very own Sneaker Politics was recently ranked by Compl
Several Injured After Alexandria, LA Mall Was Destroyed Over Air Jordan Sneakers
Several Injured After Alexandria, LA Mall Was Destroyed Over Air Jordan Sneakers
The Nike Air Jordan 11 Retro Concords are one of the most highly coveted sneakers in the shoe game, so as they hit stores just in time for Christmas, the pandemonium was at an all time high.  All across the country, lines formed and crowds got rowdy as folks awaited the chance to shell out $180 for a pair of the iconic black and white sneakers that went on sale at midnight.
Nike Collector Jordy Geller Creates His Own ‘ShoeZeum’ [VIDEO]
Nike Collector Jordy Geller Creates His Own ‘ShoeZeum’ [VIDEO]
Jordy Geller and I have something in common. When he was a kid his parents refused to buy him a pair of Air Jordan's. "Too Expensive," was the reason his parents gave him. Like many other kids that was the same reasoning I got from mine. Well, today Jordy Geller has his Air Jordans--and about 2,000 other pairs of shoes on display in what he calls the "ShoeZeum."