Is this the final Off-White x Nike ever? Dropping last week, the Off-White Air Max 90 returned in a couple colourways – and my latest review covers the versatile “Black/White” model. Where do these stack up among the rest of the collection?
Size? and Nike’s latest collab saw the iconic colours of the “Escape Pack” draped over the ultra comfortable React Element 55 model! With a ripstop nylon upper, atop a thick bed of React foam on the midsole, these are the perfect blend of old meets new. Check out my review and thank you to Size? for sending these over!
Watch my review of the React Element 55 “Solar Red” here: https://youtu.be/g0SrHRD3mHg
Jerry Lorenzo’s Fear of God label teamed up with Nike to release an all-new silhouette, the Nike Fear of God 1! My latest review covers the “Black” colourway of this high-top basketball / lifestyle sneaker and lets you guys know everything you need to know! Is this worthy of the hype in your opinion?
Closing out the year, Off-White & Nike have teamed up once again to drop a set of two Air Force 1 Low colourways. Of the two, I was a bigger fan of the super loud “Volt” version that is sure to turn heads everywhere! Be sure to watch my in-depth review to get a better look and let me know how you feel about them down below!
Bridging high-end fashion with streetwear, renowned Bulgarian designer, Kiko Kostadinov has teamed up with Asics to release the Gel-Delva 1, which is the subject of my latest review. Dressed in a simple black and grey upper, they feature an intricate textile upper atop a combination of Asics’ Flytefoam and Gel cushioning. Check out my video to take a closer look!
Nike Sportswear continues riding the success of the React Element 87 with the release of a trifecta of colourways this past week. My favourite of the three is the “Blue Chill / Solar Red” colourway that is the first to feature a blacked out React foam midsole. Check out my latest review to learn more!
Watch my review of the “Sail” & “Anthracite” React Element 87 here: https://youtu.be/qJmjm6DUsjY
Following the success of the React Element 87, Nike Sportswear has brought back a more budget-friendly version, with the React Element 55. Featuring a less premium upper, but with the same comfortable React Foam technology, these are a great option for those who aren’t able to get their hands on the 87s!