#FORGOTTENFRIDAY “Ohio State” Zoom Soldier 3

For those who do not follow collegiate sports today January 2nd, 2014 the Ohio State Football team beat the number one ranked University of Alabama in the Sugar Bowl, in order to secure a spot in the first ever National College Football Playoff Championship game. Although I am still a junior in high school and live in NYC, I have been an avid Ohio State Buckeye fan since i began watching sports so this morning’s victory actually scrapped my original Friday article. This special victory called for a special shoe in the Nike Ohio State Zoom Soldier Three. Being one of my favorite Lebron sneakers from my early childhood this shoe dons a red patent leather wrap, with the Ohio State “O” logo on the lower foot strap.  The old L23 logo is featured on the upper strap and so is Lebron/s signature lion inside the tongue, with the Dunkman logo is featured on the outside. To compliment the red accents the upper is made up of a white mesh and white patent leather straps. Technology wise I know this sneaker featured both heel and fore-foot zoom air units for maximum impact protection. This shoe is also one of a couple Lebron sneakers gaining inspiration from Ohio State University as it is his favorite college although he he did not attend college himself, and it only helps the university is also partnered with Nike to aid in collaborations such as these. This article serves as a reminder sneakers are not and should not be everything in your life, watching sports helps give me a well needed balance in life, so if any of you readers have any ideas or inspirations for next week’s segment please let me  know in the comments or on my Instagram account which is @lordstrasner .

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Aspiring sneaker and streetwear writer from NYC currently in highschool looking to give a different perspective on things in the sneaker culture. To keep up with me follow me on instagram @lordstraz.

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