As a follow up to our original sneaker database article, we are excited to announce the release of our Sneaker Database API. Over the past few months, our developers have been working diligently to create an API that is reliable and easy to consume. We believe that the data we are providing will be the foundation of all sneaker applications going forward.

Sneaker Database API

As of today we have quadrupled the number of sneakers within our database since its initial release. Our database contains data for over 25,000 sneakers from the following brands:

  • Nike
  • Jordan
  • Converse
  • Adidas
  • Puma
  • Vans
  • Saucony
  • Asics
  • New Balance

Not only do we add new sneakers weekly, we are continuously looking for ways to add supplemental data for each sneaker.

To learn more about our API, check out our swagger documentation.

How You Can Help

As previously mentioned, we are looking for ways to add supplemental data to our database. Sneaker wear history is currently at the top of our list. We are looking for sneaker enthusiasts interested in shaping the landscape of innovation within the sneaker industry.

Do you frequently wear sneakers? Are you willing to track which sneakers you wear each day? If so, then you’re exactly who we are looking to work with. Contact us today to learn more.

Next Steps

We will continue to grow the dataset that powers our Sneaker Database API. If we are missing data that is needed for your solution, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are always looking for ways to make our data more robust so that you can spend more time developing your solution rather than gathering data.

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