Air Jordan 11 Low LE “Navy Snakeskin” Review

Originally releasing in 2001, the Air Jordan 11 Low returns again with the snakeskin treatment in favour of the traditional patent leather! A big shout out to Exclucity for this pair – they will be dropping these this coming Friday, April 19th! Check out my in-depth review to learn more and to see how they look on feet as well!

Air Jordan 3 Retro Tinker SP “Air Max 1” Review

The fourth colourway of the “Tinker” series of Air Jordan 3s is inspired by the original Air Max 1. Combining two of Tinker Hatfield’s most iconic designs, these Jordan 3s adopt the classic White/Red makeup that the Air Max 1 is commonly known for. Check out my latest review to learn more, and share your opinions down below!

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Phantom” Review

Another week, another Air Jordan 1 release! This time we see them in the “Phantom” colourway, which is a primarily Sail-based version with contrast stitching all around, giving it a very cut-and-sew aesthetic! These drop later this month, so be sure to check out my review before you cop!

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG Defiant “Couture” Review

Inspired by Michael Jordan’s love for high-end Italian race cars, the Air Jordan 1 Defiant “Couture” is an elevated, luxurious take on the classic Jordan 1 silhouette. With a thick, glossy black leather and a bold red stripe across the midfoot, these are visually very striking. But does the quality hold up? Check out my review to learn more!

Air Jordan 6 Retro “Black / Infrared” Review

Made famous being worn by Michael Jordan during his first NBA Title run in 1991, the iconic “Black Infrared 6” makes its return true to OG form tomorrow! This forever classic made of a black nubuck upper, 3M and splashes of vibrant red are unmistakable, especially with the “Nike Air” branding returning to the shoe. Check out my early review and grab your pair tomorrow at select retailers!

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “A Star is Born” (Sports Illustrated) Review

One of the final Jordans to drop in 2018 pays homage to the first issue of Sports Illustrated that Michael Jordan graced on the cover as a member of the Chicago Bulls! The “A Star is Born” colourway sees hits of green, red and black, all colours apparent on the iconic issue’s cover. Is this a shoe you dig, or is Jordan Brand pushing the “inspiration” stories too far? Share your thoughts below!