Kicking off April we see the release of the Air Jordan 1 High in a second version of the “Court Purple” colourway. In the same colour blocking style as the iconic “Chicago 1”, these feature a deep purple leather with accents of white and black to round it off. Check out my early review to get a closer look!
Grab your pair in Canada this coming Saturday, April 4th at The Closet Inc.! Check them out at http://www.theclosetinc.com and on Instagram at @theclosetinc
With this year’s Air Max Day now behind us, my latest review covers an Air Max 90 I created through the Nike By You (Nike ID) sneaker customization platform. Paying homage to the 2014 “Air Max Day” Air Max 1s, these were a fitting tribute in my eyes. Check out my review to get a closer look and share your opinions down below!
Dropping in mid-March, we saw the return of the Sacai x Nike LDWaffle, this time replacing the traditional mesh upper with nylon. This all-white pair is the perfect summer sneaker, and a great, versatile option especially for those who missed out on the original five drops in 2019. Check out detailed review to learn more!
The Air Jordan 1 High Zoom “Racer Blue” dropped in mid-March, in a very clean white, grey and blue colour palette. Most notably, these include a full length Zoom Air unit for an incredible upgrade in cushioning. Check out my detailed review to learn more, and to see how they look on feet!
Watch my review of the Air Jordan 1 High Zoom “Fearless” here: https://youtu.be/zSql29IqyOw
Part of the Air Jordan 1 City Pack, the “Milan” inspired Air Jordan 1 Mid is one of the nicest mid-cut Jordan 1s I’ve seen in a while! With a truly luxurious look to it, these are constructed in a wide range of materials in warm coloured tones. Check out my detailed review to learn more!
Originally releasing in 2006 and known to be the late Steve Jobs’ sneaker of choice, the New Balance 992 finally released again in mid-March! In the classic all grey colourway, these are made in the US and feature premium suede, leather and mesh atop a chunky Abzorb midsole for comfort. Check out my in-depth review for a closer look – and share your thoughts down below!
One of my favourite pickups of the year so far, the Air Max 1 returned last week paying homage to the city of London, as part of a two-shoe City Pack! With a multi-toned grey and blue upper, these incorporate premium materials and small touches paying tribute to London’s icons. Check out my detailed review for a breakdown and to see how they are on feet!
Bringing back some of the original Dunks in low top form, last week we saw the release of the “Syracuse” Dunk Low. With a clean white and orange upper, these are a very clean pair that has just enough pop to stand out. Check out my detailed review to learn more and to see how they look on feet!
Drawing inspiration from the iconic Atmos Air Max 1 “Safari”, last week we saw the release of the SB Dunk Low version to much anticipation. With a similar design, and with canvas, suede and safari print overlays, these are definitely one of my fave drops of the year so far. Check out my review to see more!