- Qias Omar
Qias Omar is a very popular youtuber in the sneaker community. He has accumulated more than a million subscribers reviewing and giving his opinion on limited edition sneakers. He was given a brand deal with New Balance, due to his influence in the sneaker community and amongst young adolescent. He pioneer many new video ideas related to sneakers thats makes him unique and different than the other sneaker youtubers.
2. The Shoe Surgeon
Ciambrone might be exclusively liable for spearheading the act of shoe-customization for shoes. He’s popular amongst for deconstructing shoes, dismantling them, and revamping them with premium materials. With big name customers including Justin Bieber, Will.I.Am, Drake, and LeBron James, Ciambrone presently works the Shoe Surgeon Studios in L.A. for bespoke shoe customization, and The Shoe Surgeon School, where he shows shoe customization to the cutting edge carrying on his heritage.
3. Joe La Puma
Shoe Shopping is La Puma’s most striking task for Complex, which dispatched in 2015, and is the world-driving tennis shoe arrangement today, averaging more than 3 million perspectives for each scene. Since 2017, the arrangement has developed almost 50%, featuring craftsmen and competitors including Cristiano Ronaldo, Michael B Jordan and Sean “Diddy” Combs in its in excess of 100 scenes. La Puma’s sneakerhead status will likewise see him have the Sneaker of the Year board at Complexcon, the streetwear show in Long Beach returning for its third year this end of the week.
4. Ronnie Fieg
The genius behind streetwear shop Kith NYC based originator Ronnie Fieg started from humble beginnings in a Jewish Family. Sneakerhead culture all things considered was extraordinarily in its nascent stages, and he was bit by bit moving slowly up the ladder, as a lesser buyer then as a buyer opening up athletic footwear accounts.
5. John Geiger
Geiger became popular as a shoe customizer in 2014, around the time he started working with The Shoe Surgeon on a couple named “Lost Checks.” The tennis shoe included 16 covering Nike Swoosh logos produced using crocodile cowhide, horse hair, nubuck, and other outlandish materials spread all around a red Air Force 1.
6. Jeff Staple
Jeff Ng was a sneakerhead before the name was coined. Famously known by his handle @jeffstaple named after his inventive organization and his dress line Jeff has planned the absolute most celebrated collectible streetwear and worked with customers.
Mark Farese also known as. Mayor known as one of the greatest sneakerheads in the game.He has more than $1million worth of shoes over his long term long assortment. Very little is thought about him, he knows the intricate details of the shoe game and has an exceptionally close to home association with Nike as an organization.
8. Kenny Gonzaleves
Having a particularly costly footwear show has made many dishonor Gonzales as a rich person with a cash to blow on tennis shoes—which he never denies is valid—yet his adoration for shoes began in a substantially more modest spot.
9. Sally Sneakers
Brought into the world in 1995 Sally Javadi is the young lady who is altering the online media universe of ladies’ shoes. Does this name help you to remember anything? Possibly @sallysneakers will invigorate your memory! Her immense assortment of shoes, along with her Instagram shots have made all road stylers become hopelessly enamored.
Working carefully, Gamache can put out up to 100 sets of custom shoes in seven days from his little shoddy workmanship studio in Connecticut. In 2014, yearly deals at Mache Custom Kicks crossed the six-figure stamp and have since served starting at 2017.