2020 is just about to wrap up and this has personally been the biggest year in sneakers for me ever. With so many fire releases, the resurgence of the Nike Dunk, the uprising of New Balance, and the continued domination of Jordan Brand and their collabs, this was a non-stop, eventful year for the sneaker community. Check out my latest video to see my top sneaker pickups from 20 to number one! Agree, or disagree, comment down below!
Worn by the late Kobe Bryant during his sneaker free agency year in 2002-2003, the “Yellow Toe” Question Mid finally releases to the public this New Years Eve, 2020! Done in the familiar Lakers colours, these are a nod to two legends of the game, Iverson and Bryant! Check out my review for a closer look, and big thanks to Foot Locker Canada and Reebok Canada for the early oop!
Steph Curry’s Curry Brand launched this month with the debut of the Curry Flow 8, his latest signature sneaker from Under Armour. This lightweight sneaker incorporates a mesh upper with a rubber-less outsole, that boasts to have one of the best grips of any basketball shoe ever. Check out my detailed breakdown and review to learn more, and let me know how you’re feeling about these down below! Thank you to Under Armour Canada for the pair!
As 2020 winds to a close, I managed to pickup another huge Nike Dunk release! This time I’m reviewing the Sean Cliver “Holiday Special” SB Dunk Low! This festive pair is one of the year’s best, with a white leather upper, blue suede hits and gold accents to round out the design. Check out my detailed review to learn more about these, and comment down below if these are one of your fave Dunks of the year!
2020 marks the 25th anniversary of the legendary Nike Air Max 95, so it’s fitting that Nike brought back the original “Neon” colourway once again. Inspired by the human body, these were designed by Sergio Lozano and is one of those pairs that remain popular no matter how many times they retro. Check out my video and let me know down below if you guys managed to grab a pair!
The Adidas “A to ZX” dropped the ZX 10000 C today, representing the letter ‘M” for Meissen. Meissen is Europe’s oldest Porcelain manufacturer, and this shoe continues their tradition of excellent craftmanship, as it is manufactured in Adidas’ factories in Germany. Check out my review for an in-depth look, and let me know your thoughts down below!
The Adidas “A to ZX” collection continues with a non-collaboration pair that I ended up loving. The ZX 6000 “X-Ray” reimagines the silhouette with its insides flipped to the outside for us to see. The addition of exposed foam, translucent TPU overlays and visible stitching gives this shoe a very unique and DIY look to it. Check out my review for an in-depth look, and let me know your thoughts down below!
This Saturday the Air Jordan 13 “Hyper Royal” colourway releases worldwide. Flipping the switch from the iconic “Bred” pair, instead of red, a bold blue colour covers the majority of the upper. The rest of the tooling remains unchanged, with 3M hits on the upper, Zoom Air cushioning in the midsole, and a panther paw inspired outsole. Check out my review to learn more!