Nice Kicks recently joined forces with Reebok to release these ACG / Trail inspired Question Mids, nicknamed “Bubba Chuck” for Iverson’s nickname. Based off of AI’s love for fishing, these have a very outdoorsy look to them, and are covered in a variety of materials and colours that somehow work when put all together. Check out my review for a closer look!
Releasing in mid-July, the Air Jordan 1 High returned in the “Light Smoke Grey” colourway. Drawing comparisons to the “Black Toe” Union Jordan 1 for its split-coloured upper, these incorporate a neutral-toned base with a splash of red leather on the upper collar area. Check out my review for a closer look and to see these on feet!
Welcome to the Dare to Dream Collection, where I give you a closer look at rare and high heat sneakers from past and present. In today’s video, I highlight the Dior x Air Jordan 1 High OG, which is one of the most newsworthy Jordan 1 releases in Jordan Brand’s history. Bridging the gap between high end fashion with sportswear, these take the classic Air Jordan 1 but take it to the next level of luxury, with made in Italy construction, premium materials and unique finishing touches. Check out my video for a closer look and to learn more!
Collegium is back with their latest silhouette, the Pillar Destroyer High! My latest review covers this Made in Italy high top shoe, with quality top grain Italian leather and suede, these are my favourite release from the Califoria-based brand so far! Check out my in-depth review to learn more about the shoes and to see how they are on feet! Share your thoughts down below!
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Although these originally released and sold out earlier in the year, I hit on a random Nike.com restock a few weeks back! The “Total Orange” Air Max 90 is part of Nike’s recrafted series of the Air Max 90, to celebrate the model’s 30th anniversary. Check out my review to learn more and to see how these look on feet!
My latest sneaker pickup is the Nike Air Max 1 “daisy”. Originally dropping in kids sizing, these dropped in Men’s sizes in mid June and I was lucky enough to grab a pair! With a very summer look to it, these feature bold splashes of colour and daisy graphics throughout! Check out my review to learn more!
My latest review covers the “Blue Fury” SB Dunk Low Pro. This bold blue colourway has been releasing in stores throughout the first half of 2020, and I finally managed to grab a pair! These are reminiscent of the Charlotte Hornets’ classic colour scheme! Check out my video and share your thoughts down below!
The Adidas Yeezy QNTM released its second colourway in late June with the release of the “Barium” pair. Meant to be worn on both the basketball court or on the streets, these are a new Yeezy silhouette that still incorporates Adidas’ beloved Boost cushioning technology. Watch my review for an in-depth look to learn more and share your opinions of these down below!
To kick off July, Nike dropped another Dunk Low, this time in the University Red and White colourway, paying homage to St. John’s University! Probably one of my favourite Dunk releases in 2020, these feature a full leather upper in an eye-catching white and red colour blocking. Check out my review to get a closer look and to see how they are on feet!