Following the highly successful debut of the React Element 87, Nike teamed up with Japanese label, Undercover, releasing a series of four colourways in mid-September. My latest review covers my favourite one of the pack – the “Green Mist” colourway!
Watch my review of the “Sail” & “Anthracite” React Element 87 here: https://youtu.be/qJmjm6DUsjY
Today’s video covers the underrated half of the Parra x Nike pack from this past July, the Nike Air Zoom Spiridon! One of Nike’s most slept on and more comfortable sneakers ever, these are a super breathable and well-cushioned runner dressed in the iconic cityscape print from Dutch artist, Piet Parra!
The third installment of the Air Jordan International Flight pack, these Air Jordan 12s pay homage to Michael Jordan’s visit to Tokyo in 1996! Featuring Japanese-inspired design cues throughout, these were a must-have for me since I first laid eyes on the first preview images! Check out my comprehensive review and see how they look on-feet!
Yup, probably my most delayed review ever. Originally releasing in September of last year, my opinion on the Skepta Air Max 97 Ultras turned 180 degrees since their initial drop, and I finally pulled the trigger on a pair a few weeks ago. Check out my detailed review and on-feet look, and let me know what you guys think of this collab!
Before it launched to the public a few weeks ago, Adidas Canada gave me early access to create my very own custom Ultra Boost Clima through the miadidas website! Check out as I unbox and review my personalized creation, and be sure to create your very own pair today!
The month of September kicked off with the release of the much anticipated collab between Jordan Brand and pro BMX rider, Nigel Sylvester. Each pair hand distressed to give it a unique, vintage look, these Air Jordan 1s were loved and hated for their intentional worn-in appearance. What do you guys think? Share your thoughts down below!
Reebok Canada sent me on of the dopest collabs in a while! As part of the Common Youth Collection, this joint project between London-based boutique, Foot Patrol, and Australia’s Highs and Lows, is a nod to the similarities between the two cultures during the 80s and 90s. Check out my review and see what this shoe is all about!
Following the initial launch of the Air Jordan 3 Retro JTH in March, Jordan Brand and Justin Timberlake are back, this time in the “Bio Beige” colourway paying homage to the Man of the Woods album! Dropping today in limited numbers, check out my latest review and see whether these are worthy of the high price point!
Jordan Brand’s latest creation sees the classic Jordan 3 silhouette reinvented with a Nike Flyknit upper. Debuting with a simple black upper with an eye-catching glow-in-the-dark outsole, being a huge Jordan 3 fan, these were a must have for me. Check out my review to get a closer look!