Celebrating its 30th anniversary, the Nike Air Structure returned earlier this week in its original colourway. The Structure line was made for runners who overpronate, and has remained a cult classic after all these years. Check out my detailed review to learn more and to get a closer look!
One of the most celebrated and iconic sneakers of all time made its return for the first time since 2015. The Air Max III (or as it’s more commonly referred to as the Air Max 90) released last week in its original colourway to much anticipation from sneakerheads worldwide. Built as closely to the originals from 1990 as possible, these incorporate mesh, suede and leather with a recrafted shape creating a very sleek appearance overall. Check out my review to get a closer look and comment down below if this was a cop or drop for you!
Dropping this past Air Max Day, Nike brought back a familiar shoe but with a twist. Inspired by the 2013 Atmos Air Max 90 “Duck Camo”, this year’s Air Max Day release reversed the Infrared and Black accents, creating an all-new pair for sneakerheads to enjoy in 2020. Check out my in-depth review to get a closer look, and share your thoughts on this pair down in the comments below!
With 2020 being the 30th anniversary of the iconic Nike Air Max 90, the latest SB Dunk to drop celebrates arguably the most beloved colourway of that model – Infrared. Dressed in mesh, suede and leather and in the same colour blocking as the Infrared Air Max 90, these Dunks are perfect for both SB and Air Max lovers alike. Check out my latest review to learn more and share your comments down below!
Made famous being worn by Michael Jordan during his first NBA Title run in 1991, the iconic “Black Infrared 6” makes its return true to OG form tomorrow! This forever classic made of a black nubuck upper, 3M and splashes of vibrant red are unmistakable, especially with the “Nike Air” branding returning to the shoe. Check out my early review and grab your pair tomorrow at select retailers!