Monday, November 3, 2008

"Sub 13" Air Max 90's



These shoes are hot if I must say so, the D.O. inspired Nike Air Max 90s. I designed these, they feature a nice color combination of bronze (of course) and black. I got SUB13 written on the back and on the toe part it's got some sort of flying hurdler on it, I think Liu Xiang inspired that part. I'm guessing that David Payne has the silver ones and Liu has the gold pair. I'm pretty excited about these kicks. Good looks NIKE.

10 comments:

k. carli said...

Your own shoe? Really, what's next David? :-) Or should I say, what's left?...

e said...

very nice site! after reading your comments about the tax info, thought i'd add my two cents if you dont mind. ;^) you probably already know this, but in addition to having a CPA, you also need a great tax attorney, insurance agent, stock broker (be careful, they make their money through commissions from sales), financial advisor, pension plan administrator, bank for personal and business needs, etc... congats on your endeavors

Ms.Mia said...

What does "Sub 13" mean? and um how many pairs can you get? I wear a 7 1\2....LOL

David Oliver said...

Sub 13= 12.95, 12.87, 12.85!! aka a great time in the 110 hurdles

shanti804 said...

NIGGA SAY WHAAAATTTT???!!!! he got his own shoes

[wipes you down] i must say,




wow. LOL

now how much is this gonna cost because we's in a recession and i can't be affording to be buying shoes all willy-nilly

Nicole said...

That bronze and black is pretty hott! Can we now add 'D.O., Shoe Designer Extraodinaire' to your immense list of accolades!?!

Coach said...

The shoes are tight. Be BlesseD

Carla Ino said...

That's hot!!!! Congrats dude. I'm glad Ms.Mia asked about Sub13, because that was gonna be my question. Nice!!!!

MG said...

CUTE SHOES!!!!...JUST LIKE THE DESIGNER!!...WOULD LOVE TO HAVE THEM BOTH!!...LOL...:)

Treasure said...

Oh okay...I'm more of a stilletto type of woman, but I can appreciate a nice sneaker on the days when my feet have had enough of being paraded around 4-6 inches off the ground...This is a good look sir. Congrats.