Size? Canada sent me two pairs of the Adidas AS 240 – which are Size? exclusives set to release on Friday, July 16th to coincide with Size? opening up their first location in North America, in Toronto! This 1980s silhouette is releasing in two colourways, both featuring a soft black suede upper, but one incorporating orange leather hits while the other opts for scarlet red accents. Check out my early review and let me know what you think of these down below!
To celebrate Union LA’s 30th anniversary, they linked up with Jordan Brand once again to release two new colourways of the Air Jordan 4. This “Tent & Trail” collection was headlined by the “Taupe Haze” colourway which channels the late 80s / early 90s fashion trend of the outdoors and camping gear. Check out my detailed review and on feet look and let me know your thoughts on one of the year’s biggest releases!
Aimé Leon Dore and New Balance are back with another set of P550 colourways! In today’s review, I’m breaking down the ALD-exclusive Green / Yellow pair that seemed to be the more sought after of the two. Watch my video to get an in-depth look and to see how these look on feet! Was this a cop or drop for you guys?
My latest review covers the Air Jordan 4 “Sashiko”, which is inspired by the traditional Japanese embroidery and stitching technique. This mismatching pair has a patchwork like appearance to it, including various patterns and materials creating a very unique look. Check out my detailed review for a closer look at this super intricate pair, and leave your comments down below on your thoughts!
The last of the Nike “Ugly Duckling” pack, the “Ceramic” Dunk Low is set to drop tomorrow November 19th. These Dunks incorporate a full suede upper, in orange and green, and complete the trio of Dunks that originally released in Japan back in 2001. Check out my review for a closer look, and share your opinions of these down below!
Released to celebrate the opening of their Tokyo flagship store, the Kith x Nike Air Force 1 Low “Tokyo” is a highly sought after pair that was exclusive only to the Tokyo store. This premium Air Force 1 features superb leather, Kith branding throughout, and a velvet liner. Check out my review to get a closer look and share your thoughts on these down below!
Originally releasing as a Japan-exclusive in 2001, the Nike Dunk Low “Plum” finally made its return last Friday, nineteen years later. With a soft, suede upper in a combination of purple and red, these are definite beauties and a must for Dunk fans everywhere. Check out my in-depth review to learn more and to see how they look on feet!
Releasing only in Tokyo, Japan, my latest review covers the Nike Air Force 1 “Shibuya Subway” in the white colourway! Paying homage to the bustling region of Tokyo, known by many things for it’s fashion and sneakers, the Air Force 1 is dressed in colours representing subway lines that intersect through Shibuya Station. Check out my review and share your thoughts down below!
UK retailer, Size? teamed up with Nike to release a “Dusk Till Dawn” pack, featuring the classic Nike Air Max 180 alongside the subject of today’s review – the Air Max 1. Coloured in bright blue tones reminiscent of a sunrise, these are a great addition to my Air Max collection. Shout out to Size? for sending these over!