Happy Feet

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Rogelio Gonzalez, Journalist

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About twenty to thirty years ago, you wouldn’t expect sneakers to make such a big impact on how people dress, but now people’s outfits commonly depend on what type of shoes they have on

You see many people wearing sneakers such as Jay Z wearing the Jordan 4 to the Knicks and Nets Game, Billie Eilish wearing the Air Jordan colorway, Serena Williams wearing the Retro Air Jordan 1 Gatorade colorway, etc. Shoes have changed and it’s only going to keep evolving.

“I would get off white MCA blue Air Force 1 because they’re my favorite color, baby blue. They’re also the color of my favorite college, North Carolina.” Freshman Stephen Corro stated.

The Air Force 1 has been a very popular shoe over the course of this past year. Some other trending shoes this year are the Jordan Chicago 1s,  Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 v2, Vans Ward, Jordans True Blue 3’s, Kyrie 4s Spongeob edition, and many others. 

“I had really bad foot problems about twenty years ago and I had to start wearing other shoes, so I started out wearing Birkenstock’s and stuff first and sneakers all the time. Then one I bought a pair of Crocs and the rest is history because they felt so good on my feet and my feet didn’t hurt anymore.” Mrs. Pendleton stated

Many people wear shoes not only because their nice looking, but also the fact that they have no choice but to problems with their backs Vast amounts of celebrities go to events such as the Grammy’s or the Met Gala and dress to impress, such as Browns star wide receiver Odell Beckham.

I had really bad foot problems about twenty years ago and I had to start wearing other shoes, so I started out wearing Birkenstock’s and stuff first and sneakers all the time. Then one I bought a pair of Crocs and the rest is history because they felt so good on my feet and my feet didn’t hurt anymore.”

— Mrs. Pendleton