Having shown you the first half of our top 20 most popular posts of 2013 last weekend, we now look at the 10 most popular posts of the year.
As we mentioned last week, we love to spend time looking over these kinds of data. It’s fascinating to see how people respond to and interact with the content that we put on the site and it’s really interesting to try and spot trends within that data. Just look at this top 10 list shows how popular Nike were this year (even more than we would have predicted) and looking at the top 20 as a whole it’s clear to see how big a comeback the Air Huarache LE has made, mainly thanks to the exclusives sold through size?.
Who knows if next year’s list will look anything like this one. I doubt the same trends will have the same amount of importance by the end of 2014, but I also doubt that they will have faded entirely.
We’ll be showcasing much more of this form of dressed up data from now on (it’s one of our New Year’s resolutions so to speak). More info on how we’ll be doing that exactly will be coming soon… it’s very exciting!
“With the next batch of A.P.C. x Nike sneakers hitting A.P.C. stores tomorrow, we take a look at the collection in full…”
14th May, 2013
“Last night saw the official opening of Night Tales, the latest entertainment space to open its welcoming doors in East London’s Dalston…”
8th November, 2013
“2012 has been a big year for any fan of Air Jordan’s, with plenty of classics with holy grail status popping up at least once a month. The build up of excitement around the Cement and Military Blue IV’s has been and gone, but this next reissue of the White/Fire Red IV keeps that momentum in full swing…
4th August. 2012
“Supreme and The North Face continue their ongoing partnership with the announcement of this 3M® covered capsule collection for Spring 2013…”
1st April, 2013
“Nike continue to celebrate the 25th birthday of their beloved Air Max innovation, this time inviting 5 London based creatives to reinvent beloved Air Max models…”
19th March, 2013
“With its spectacularly unorthodox design coupled with Wieden+Kennedy‘s now classic Air Huarache advertising, Nike’s Air Huarache achieved instant success after its inception in 1991, and is still revered to this day. Luckily for footwear fanatics across the globe, two of the most coveted make-ups of this landmark running shoe design are once again going to be available, 22 years after their original release…”
15th February, 2013
“This Nike x Roundel by London Underground Air Max collection contains new twists on two classic silhouette’s, inspired by an iconic city landmark. It’s a well timed offering that coincides with Transport For London’s 150th anniversary celebrations…”
3rd December, 2013
“Today, Nike dropped a serious pack of Air Max sneakers titled the HomeTurf Series; featuring a pack for London, Paris and Milan…”
15th February, 2013
“With a select few models from the early ’90s and late ’80s Air Max range getting increasingly popular of late, we take a look back at some of the unsung heroes of 1990s running sneakers from the Nike camp…”
2nd April, 2013
“size? continue their recent run of Nike exclusives with two new colourways in the Huarache LE featuring elephant print uppers. Hype around the Huarache is at an all time high, following the reissue of two OG colourways earlier this year, and while these are a move away from the simplicity of the OGs, they are likely to be received just as well…”
6th August, 2013
Be sure to check out part 1 of this article here to view posts 20 – 11.