Patta x Nike Air Max 1 “Monarch” Review

One of the best Air Maxes to drop this year are these – the Patta x Air Max 1 “Monarch”. Switching things up, the Amsterdam-based boutique swaps the classic Air Max 1 midsole with a wavy one, creating a small but distinct change that surely will catch people’s attention. Check out my review and let me know if you scooped up a pair for yourself!

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Adidas Yeezy Knit Runner “Sulfur” Review

Adidas and Kanye West debuted the all-new Yeezy Knit Runner a few weeks back. This very interesting looking pair is essentially a knit covered Foam Runner, with a bold yellow and tan knit combination covering the exterior. Check out my review and on feet look of one of the most bold and off-the-wall Yeezy designs to release ever.

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Social Status x Nike Dunk Mid (Free Lunch) “Chocolate Milk” Review

Social Status’ “Free Lunch” collaboration with Nike kicked off a few weeks ago with the release of the Dunk Mid “Chocolate Milk”. Inspired by the milk given to underprivileged kids in the US through the government assistance program, this colourway implements a variety of materials like velvet, nubuck, and a jelly-like TPU Swoosh! Check out my review to see for yourself!

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Air Jordan 4 Retro “Lightning” Review

The legendary “Lightning” Air Jordan 4 returns for the first time since its initial release in 2006! Featuring a bold yellow coloured nubuck upper, grey and white accents balance the look of this iconic Air Jordan 4 colourway. These release worldwide on August 28th – are you going for a pair?

Air Jordan 1 High OG Wmns “Seafoam” Review

This women’s Air Jordan 1 is one of my favourites of the year! The “Seafoam” Air Jordan 1 released on August 12th, featuring a white leather base with pastel green coloured nubuck overlays. Check out my review for a closer look and let me know if you guys are feeling these ones or not!

Nike Air Max BW OG “Persian Violet” Review

The classic Nike Air Max BW from 1991 is returning in the original “Persian Violet” colourway. Designed by Tinker Hatfield, these runners don’t have the same level of prestige or fame as some of its counterparts like the Air Max 1 or 90, but is still considered one of the most iconic Nike shoes from the early 90s. Check out my review and let me know your thoughts on these down below!

Offspring x Adidas ZX 9000 “London” Review

UK-based boutique, Offspring, recently released their latest Adidas collab on the ZX 9000. Inspired by their home city of London, this pair has a vintage, deconstructed feel to it, with various distressed materials like suede, and exposed foam throughout its construction. Check out my detailed review for a closer look at all the details! Is this a pair you’re feeling, or was this one an easy pass?

Clot x Nike Air Max 1 KOD “Solar Red” Review

Clot and Nike recently released an Air Max 1 inspired by their 2006 collaboration, the “Solar Red” Kiss of Death Air Max 1! These differ from the originals by incorporating a mesh toe box, thin leather liners on the upper, and gold embroidery on the heel with Clot branding. With the originals being one of the most exclusive Air Max 1 releases ever, this year’s re-release was a welcome addition to many Air Max collectors out there!