Renowned Bulgarian designer, Kiko Kostadinov has teamed up with Asics once more with a trio of new Gel-Delva colourways! Asics Canada hooked me up with the eye-popping “Tai-Chi Yellow” pair, which turns heads with its vibrant yellow and orange upper. Check out my video to take a closer look!
In celebration of Chinese New Year, author, chef, and TV producer, Eddie Huang teamed up with Adidas to release a special edition Ultra Boost model. Draped in all red with hits of gold, colours synonymous with Chinese culture, these were a must-cop for me, not only because of my own heritage but because they simply are, in my opinion, one of the dopest Ultra Boosts to drop in a long while! Check out my review and let me know what you think down below!
To kick off February, Chinese fashion label, Sankuanz, and Puma teamed up to release an eclectic collection of both footwear and apparel. Puma Canada hooked me up and sent me my fave of the pack, the RS-X model, which is done in cream-based colour scheme with loud hits of royal blue and neon green! Check out my latest review to take a closer look!
BAPE and Adidas dropped a huge football-inspired collection this past Saturday, and headlining the release were the camo Ultra Boosts in the head-turning “Green” colourway! Selling out instantly, these featuring a BAPE-Camo Primeknit upper with BAPE detailing found throughout the shoe. Check out my in-depth review and let me know if you’re feeling these in the comment section below!
Jerry Lorenzo and Nike teamed up again to drop a reworked take on the classic Air Skylon II model. Despite not garnering the same level of hype as the the Air Fear of God 1 drop, they are constructed with a myriad of premium materials and small changes making it unique to the Fear of God label. Check out my overdue review, and share your thoughts below – are these a cop or drop?
The newest Air Max sneaker to drop is finally here – with even more Air than ever before. The Nike Air Max 720 released in its debut colourway, nicknamed the “Northern Lights”. With the tallest Air unit ever incorporated in a Nike sneaker, these are definitely out of this world! Check out my review and let me know how you feel about these futuristic looking kicks!
Jordan Brand brought back the Air Jordan 1 again, but this time with a bit of a unique colour scheme. Dressed in a distressed looking suede and tumbled leather upper in grey, orange and black tones, these are a refreshing change from the standard colours more commonly seen on Air Jordans. Check out my review and let me know your thoughts below!