Attention to detail doesn't even come close to describing Gabriel Dishaw's computerized Nike Air Max 2011 sneakers. From start to finish, it's very clear that Dishaw's 90 hours of love labor have created the most techie pair of sneakers ever.
Meet the second sneaker to get banned from the NBA: the Athletic Propulsion Lab Concept 1. The first one was the Air Jordan I — banned over 25 years ago. Not everyone can be like Michael Jordan, leaping over everyone and driving it to the hoop. With the ban on the sneaker, the NBA is going to make sure the game stays fair.