Nike recently dropped a series of sneakers in collaboration with Carhartt WIP. My fave of the pack was the Air Max 95, constructed in a variety of materials like ripstop nylon, canvas, and wool. Check out my latest review to see all the intricate details of this shoe, and share your thoughts below!
What a way to close out the year! Union LA and Jordan Brand teamed up in November to release a collection inspired by vintage wear and style. Headlining the release was the “Storm Blue” Air Jordan 1 which was only available for purchase through Union. Luck would have it and I landed a pair, which allowed me to bring today’s review to you all. Check out all the details and why this shoe has many calling it their favourite drop of 2018!
The premiere, the original, the very first Ultra Boost ever is back. Originally dropping in 2015, Adidas has brought back the classic debut colourway of the Ultra Boost 1.0 model, and I definitely didn’t hesitate to double up. Watch my latest review to get a closer look, you won’t want to miss this!
Adidas Canada hooked me up, sending me the Ultra Boost 1.0 LTD in the eye catching “Navy / Multi-Colour” colourway! Inspired by the original Chinese New Year 1.0 model, these bring back the glory of the 1.0 Primeknit weave. Check out my latest review and let me know how you feel about them down below!
Reaching into the archives from 1999, Asicstiger brought back the classic Gel-Kayano 5, true to OG form, almost twenty years later. Asics Canada sent me a pair for review, and despite the chunky, dad-shoe appearance, do they stand the test of time comfort-wise? Check out my thoughts and share yours below!
Earlier this month, Diamond Supply Co. and Nike collaborated once again as a follow up to the iconic “Tiffany” SB Dunk from the mid-2000s, with the release of three new SB Dunk Low colourways. My fave of the trio, the “White Diamond” is the subject of my latest sneaker review. Check out how clean these are and take a closer look at all the details! Where do you rank these among the three?