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).
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!
The Jordan New Beginnings Pack released a few weeks back, releasing two PEs worn by Michael Jordan – the Nike Air Ship, and the Air Jordan 1 Retro High 85, giving us as close to the OG version as we’ve seen since 1985. This ultra limited pack sold out instantly, and my latest video breaks down every detail you need to know about both shoes!
One of the greatest Air Jordans ever, the Air Jordan 11 “Black/Red” or “Bred”, makes its return this Saturday, Dec 14th! Worn by Michael Jordan enroute to his fourth NBA Championship, these have been retroed a handful of times throughout history, yet still remaining ever as iconic. Check out my in-depth review to learn more, and grab your pair in Canada from The Closet Inc. on Saturday!
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Game 6 of the 1998 NBA Finals, Michael Jordan hits the game winning shot over Byron Russell to clinch his sixth and final NBA title, and yes, he did it in these shoes. My latest review covers the latest retro of the Air Jordan 14 in the “Last Shot” colourway. One of my all time faves, and definitely a classic that I consider to be one of the greatest Jordans of all time!