A safe house for trainer addicts

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Trainer fans the world over will rejoice come April 4th, as the world’s largest digital trainer (we still can't quite bring ourselves to say sneaker) archive is due to launch. Taking on the painstaking task of cataloguing every sneaker ever made, the team over at Sneakerpedia.com say that their site will boast the most comprehensive database of trainers ever compiled on the internet, thanks to constant contributions from a worldwide community of sneaker (there, we said it) obsessives.

Visitors to the site will be able to browse the exhaustive database of footwear, searching by colour, brand, or even stitching or celebrity association, with occasional ventures into the shoe closets of renowned or celebrity sneakerheads. We're looking forward to having a look round.

Words by Gordon McGowan

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