Just For Kicks - Sneaker Documentary

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When you think of hip-hop, one of the main associations is shoes. Sneakers and hip-hop are connected. You cannot think of one without the other. Sneakers influenced the fashion world as well.

In this documentary, filmmakers Thibaut de LOngeville and Lisa Leone examine the influence of sneakers on hip hop and fashion.

With sneakerhead royalty like Missy Elliott and Grandmaster Caz, the documentary explores different sneakers and how they changed the fashion and hip-hop world. It all starts with the Air Jordan, the My Adidas by Run DMC, and more.

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