This Sneaker Photo Book is a 650-Page Tribute into Cool Kicks


Calling all sneaker junkies who just can not get enough of all things stylish footwear–I’ve something you are certainly going to need to receive your hands on: Sneaker Freaker: The Ultimate Sneaker Book.


Published by Taschen, the publication is a gigantic 650-and page sneaker anthology, as its name makes blindingly clear, with photographs, history, arbitrary sneaker details, and even an entire manual to Yeezy.

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The novel pays homage to the Australian magazine Sneaker Freaker, a.k.a. the sneaker bible for those obsessed with athletic footwear, made by Simon’Woody’ Wood at 2002, that just started the mag for a means to score some kicks. 

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The magazine has”recorded each collab, custom, limited edition, retro reissue, Quickstrike, Hyperstrike, and Tier Zero sneaker published within the past 15 decades,” the media release elaborates.


Also edited by Wood, the book covers sneaker history and culture in the past 100 years, and assesses the development of the business, with each itty bitty detail along with arbitrary reality thrown in for good measure.  It is an entire visual (and differently ) history of shoes.