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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Undefeated x Nike Dunk Low SP (5 On It) “Signal Blue” (Dunk vs. AF1) Review

Undefeated’s second installment of the Dunk vs. AF1 pack, consists of a Dunk and Air Force 1 that are inspired by the late 90s and early 00s when bold colours and materials began to be utilized on sneakers. My latest review covers the Dunk Low from this release nicknamed “5 On It”, which is constructed out of five unique, and distinct materials. Let me know your thoughts down below!

Nike Dunk Low Premium “Cheetah” Review

Nike dropped an “Animal Pack” of Dunk Lows last month, consisting of a zebra-inspired pair, and the pair I’m reviewing today – based off of a cheetah. Constructed in cream-coloured tones, a mix of leather and spotted suede cover the upper, while brown coloured accents finish the look. Check out my review for an in-depth look and let me know your thoughts on this pair!

Fragment x Nike Dunk High “Beijing” Review

Originally released in 2010, the Fragment Design collaboration with Nike on the Dunk High “Beijing” made its return last week. Part of a three-shoe “City Pack”, the Beijing pair is constructed out of black and purple coloured smooth leather for a clean and simple look. Check out my review for an in-depth look and to hear all my thoughts about this release! Was this a cop or a drop for you?

Nike Dunk Low “Spartan Green” (Varsity Green) Review

Last week Nike dropped another pair of Dunk Lows, this colourway inspired by the team colours of the Michigan State Spartans. With a full leather construction, these opt for a clean and simple green and white colour blocking style. Check out my review for a closer look and to see these on feet! Were these a cop or drop for you?

Nike Dunk Low “Michigan” Review

Dropping on June 3rd is the “Michigan” Dunk Low by Nike. Although we saw the high top versions release already last year, this iconic colorway returns in low top form to much anticipation. Check out my review for an in-depth look at the shoe as well as the quality of materials, along with an on-feet look. Is this going to be a cop or drop for you?

Nike Dunk High SP “Iowa” (Varsity Maize) Review

One of the original 1985 Nike Dunk High colourways returned last week with the “Iowa” colourway. Done in a bold black and yellow leather upper, these are another OG Dunk release done right by Nike. Check out my in-depth review for a closer look at the details, and leave a comment below on whether you picked these up or not!

Air Jordan 1 Retro High OG “Bio Hack” (Baroque Brown) Review

One of the loudest Air Jordan 1s I’ve ever seen released this past Friday with the “Bio Hack” colourway. Inspired by the busy streets and lifestyle of Tokyo, these incorporate a variety of colours and materials, resulting in an in-your-face Jordan 1 that people are clamoring for. Check out my review to get a close up look and let me know what you think about this pair in the comments below!

Nike SB Dunk Low Pro “Muslin” (Hennessy) Review

My latest Nike SB pickup, nicknamed the “Hennessy” SB Dunk, is a classy looking pair which incorporates leather and suede in a cream or muslin colour. Releasing worldwide in April, these are definitely in high demand especially with the jump in Nike Dunk hype this year. Check out my review to learn more and share your opinions down below!