The Rise of Shoe Culture

Gretchen Baez, Staff Writer

Sneakerheads have loved the thrill that comes from unboxing the latest and coolest brand and style. And they’ve been loving the thrill a long time. While the shoes of the 1940s may not be the Yeezys and Air Jordans we know today, people back then still loved their shoes. Let’s take a look at the rise of shoe culture from the 1940s on.