Unless you\u2019re a sneakerhead, how often do you actually pay attention to your shoes? When you buy them? When you step in the surprise your neighbour\u2019s dog left in your yard? But when do shoes make you stop and consider what life is really all about?\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThe book Sneakers, by Rodrigo Corrall, Alex French, and Howie Kahn, explores ever conceivable facet of the world of sneakers and sneaker culture. Filled with impressive artwork and photography, Sneakers is also an exploration of the cultural phenomenon surrounding the ongoing craze. How could such a simple topic take up 320 pages? Well, it is an $85 billion a year industry.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nSneakers reveals how the athletic shoe industry has helped shape our culture through interviews with a list of the industry\u2019s who\u2019s-who and household names. You\u2019ll read insights from people like Jeff Staple, whose designs resell for $6000 and whose shoes kicked off a riot in the Lower East Side of Manhattan in 2005. You\u2019ll also find out what it was like to work with Michael Jordan on commercials, or with Kanye West on shoe designs. Kobe Bryant and Serena Williams also share their experiences, with many, many more.\r\nCheck it out\r\nHave you subscribed to Man of Many? You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.