Bridging high-end fashion with streetwear, renowned Bulgarian designer, Kiko Kostadinov has teamed up with Asics to release the Gel-Delva 1, which is the subject of my latest review. Dressed in a simple black and grey upper, they feature an intricate textile upper atop a combination of Asics’ Flytefoam and Gel cushioning. Check out my video to take a closer look!
As part of the Adidas Never Made collection, the Rising Star x R1 mashes up old and new, combining the 80s classic runner, the Rising Star with the NMD R1. Check out my in-depth review and let me know if this is the best of both worlds, or a fusion that doesn’t really work! Thanks to Adidas Canada for the pair!
This past October, the Adidas Yeezy Boost 700 silhouette released once again with the “Mauve” colourway. Dressed in a darker and more fall appropriate palette, these didn’t quite have the same hype as the initial “Wave Runner” release. Regardless, check out my in-depth review to see more, and let me know how you feel about these in the comments below!
Watch my review of the Yeezy 700 Wave Runner here: https://youtu.be/4lYwvw5YB18
Japanese retailer Mita Sneakers recently teamed up with Asics to drop a limited Gel-Kayano 25 in their familiar “Trico” or “Tri-Colour” colourway. Featuring a vibrant, deep indigo blue with hits of red and white, these are a beautiful take on the great performance runner that is the Gel-Kayano 25. Check out my in-depth look and share your thoughts below!
Check out my more in-depth performance review of the Gel-Kayano 25 here: https://youtu.be/DPbD8jtn6Jg
The 33rd signature sneaker of Michael Jordan is here, debuting with the “Future of Flight” colourway. Among all the technological advances found in this sneaker, most notably the Air Jordan 33 ditches conventional lacing methods for the innovative FastFit technology. Check out my review as I delve into all the aspects about this shoe and find out all you need to know!
The fourth installment of the partnership between Kendrick Lamar and Nike saw the Cortez Kenny IV drop a few weeks ago, this time with a twist. Constructed as a Cortez Slip, these were inspired by traditional house slippers! Check out my detailed review and let me know if you’re feeling the changes made to the classic Cortez!