Nike Dunk Low Premium “Montreal Bagel” Review

Nike Sportswear recently released a special edition version of the Dunk Low, celebrating the famous bagels from Montreal, Canada. Releasing in Canadian shops with a special edition Montreal-themed box, these are leather built on the upper with sesame seed prints throughout, and a gum rubber outsole. Check out my review to learn more and to see how these tasty Dunks look on feet!

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HUF x Nike SB Dunk Low OG QS “San Francisco” Review

To honour the life and legacy of Keith Hufnagel, HUF released a trio of Nike SB Dunk Lows last month, coinciding with the retailer’s 20th anniversary. Releasing alongside a New York City and a special “Friends & Family” edition, today I’m reviewing the third pair in this trio – honouring HUF’s founding city of San Francisco. Check out my review of these beauties and drop a comment down below if you own a pair too!

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Nike Dunk Low Retro QS “Argon” Review

Once a rare Japan-exclusive colourway from 2001, the “Argon” Dunk made its return recently after over twenty years! This classic colourway features a leather upper in two tones of blue, along with white coloured accents for contrast. Check out my detailed review at these beauties and drop a comment down below to let me know what you think!

Nike Dunk Low Premium “Vast Grey” Review

In my latest review I’m covering these versatile and clean colourway of the Dunk Low, in “Vast Grey”. Opting for a full suede upper, they incorporate slightly different shades of grey for a relatively uniform but not monotone look. Check out my review and on feet look and let me know what you think!

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Nike Dunk Low “Jackie Robinson” Review

This year marks the 75th anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking the colour barrier of baseball, and Nike released a special edition Dunk Low to commemorate this moment in history. These are inspired by the colours of the Brooklyn Dodgers, and feature a blend of quality materials in eye popping colours. Check out my review and let me know if you managed to hit on a pair too!

Nike Dunk Low “Midas Gold” Review

Nike recently dropped another Dunk Low, this one in the “Midas Gold” colourway! I picked these up last week, and it reminds of the colours used by the USC Trojans. Check out my in-depth review to learn more and to see how these look on feet! Anyone else manage to pickup a pair too?

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Nike By You x Dunk High “Coffee & Cream” Review

I created a pair of custom Dunk Highs from the Nike.com Nike By You customization platform. Nicknaming it “Coffee & Cream”, I opted for a brown coloured suede with white leather overlays, and cream laces. Check out my creation and let me know if you’re feeling the design!

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Off-White x Nike Dunk Low “Lot 49” Review

Virgil Abloh’s recent Off-White x Dunk collection consists of 50 similar, but different variations of the iconic Nike silhouette. My latest review covers Lot 49, consisting of a white canvas and grey leather upper, atop a vintage yellowed coloured midsole. Check out my review to learn more and to see how they look on feet!

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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!