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Jordan Retro Precio up to 60% discount and free shipping now, Todd Harder Talks Nibwaakaawin x Vans Collab & All Nations Skate Jam Nice Kicks: Since the 2009 launch, how have you seen the collection’s popularity grow Todd Harder: It’s exploded. One of the hard things is that we can’t get enough Pendleton fabric for all that we need. We’re doing about 800 pairs this year for the event. It’s nice to have it as a smaller, exclusive run but it’d be really sweet to be able to get them out to everyone in Indian country. As a minority, there’s not a lot of us left on the big scale of things. I think the last census put us at about five million people. As Indians, if it sits around the house too long we put beads on it or we have Pendleton on it. I’ve got a Pendleton iPad cover! It’s just one of those things. When we came out with these shoes I told Steve that there are some grandmothers in that line that don’t know what Vans is but they know what Pendleton is. They want some of those Slip-Ons so that they can go to bingo and have the coolest shoes on their reservation. They were in line with their stools just waiting to get those shoes. Nice Kicks: Collaboration shoes tend to get stowed away, but skate shoes are usually worn into the ground. Are kids at the All Nations Skate Jam skating or storing these kicks Todd Harder: They’re a collectible. That’s their fine shoes. You have to look at the demographic, they probably don’t have the access or the money to get to a lot of the collectible shoes. That’s been one of the sweet things to see these kids get and take care of these shoes. They’re gonna wear them. Every year, Steve puts out a limited edition matching shirt and you’ll see these kids at other events in Indian country putting them on like their Sunday best. They’re wearing them out to their A occasions. It’s pretty cool, because a lot of those kids don’t ever get the opportunity to have something that nobody else does.
NIKE, Inc. - Air Force Friday: Air Force 1 "Year of the Horse" The “Year of the Horse” Air Force 1 released in 2002 in time for the Chinese New Year. To celebrate the coming of the new year, only 2,002 pairs of the shoes were released and kicked off a several year run of special Air Force 1s made to honor the Chinese New Year. Like with many traditions that started pre-2007, for some reason, when the Air Force 1 celebrated its 25th Anniversary, the traditions were set aside never to return. The shoes were dropped in Asia, but that did not get in the way of many AF1 heads of all ethnicities trying to get their hands one these shoes. Special features of the shoes include a galloping horse on the insole and Kanji characters for “horse” on the heel tab and tongue.