The Air Jordan 1 Low “Gym Red” has been trickling into stores throughout the past few months, and they finally landed in Canada at Foot Locker a few weeks back! Looking very similar to the “New Beginnings” Air Jordan 1 85 High, these are a must more affordable option to own. Check out my review to learn more!
Canadian-based sneaker site, DS Kicks, hooked me up with a pair of the Air Jordan 1 SB “LA to Chicago”, which I’m covering in my latest review! These dropped in 2019, and have become one of the most sought after Air Jordan 1s in the months since they released! With a removable exterior paint, the LA Lakers-themed colourway can be taken off to expose a Chicago 1 underneath. Watch my review to learn more!
Check out DS Kicks at dskicks.ca and enter the raffle for your free pair at https://dskicks.ca/la-to-chicago-raffle/ (end on April 23rd).
Kicking off April we see the release of the Air Jordan 1 High in a second version of the “Court Purple” colourway. In the same colour blocking style as the iconic “Chicago 1”, these feature a deep purple leather with accents of white and black to round it off. Check out my early review to get a closer look!
Grab your pair in Canada this coming Saturday, April 4th at The Closet Inc.! Check them out at http://www.theclosetinc.com and on Instagram at @theclosetinc
The Air Jordan 1 High Zoom “Racer Blue” dropped in mid-March, in a very clean white, grey and blue colour palette. Most notably, these include a full length Zoom Air unit for an incredible upgrade in cushioning. Check out my detailed review to learn more, and to see how they look on feet!
Watch my review of the Air Jordan 1 High Zoom “Fearless” here: https://youtu.be/zSql29IqyOw
Part of the Air Jordan 1 City Pack, the “Paris” inspired Air Jordan 1 Low was a must have for me, and one of the nicest AJ1 Lows I’ve seen in a while! With a cool pastel coloured upper constructed out of leather, suede and nylon, these are going to be amazing for the upcoming summer season. Check out my detailed review to learn more!
Rounding out my pickups from February, Jordan Brand released a second colourway of the Air Jordan 1 High 85, this time in an all-new “Reverse Bred” colourway that was limited to only 23,000 pairs. With similar construction as the Jordan 1s in the New Beginnings Pack, these adopt a Red and Black upper, flipping the toebox colours found on the iconic “Bred 1”. Check out my review to learn more!
Another one of my pickups from last month’s NBA All-Star Weekend was the women’s Air Jordan 1 High in the “NC to Chi” colourway. Paying homage to Michael Jordan’s progression from a North Carolina Tar Heel, to the NBA with the Chicago Bulls, these feature incredible leather on the upper with power blue and red accents throughout. Check out my latest review to learn more!