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!
Originally releasing in 2002 as a Japan-exclusive, the Viotech Dunk Low recently returned for the third time, true to OG form. With a multicolour suede upper, these are sure head turners, and definitely a classic Dunk to own, from Nike’s history. Check out my latest review to learn more about them, and to see how they are 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!
Arguably the sleeper hit of the Nike On Air collection, the Air Max 1 “Tokyo Maze” draws inspiration by the intricate urban labyrinth of the city of Tokyo. With premium leather and a ton of accessories, these are a must have for any Air Max 1 fan out there! Check out my review to learn more!
Japanese retailer Mita Sneakers recently teamed up with Asics to drop a limited Gel-Kayano 25 in their familiar “Trico” or “Tri-Colour” colourway. Featuring a vibrant, deep indigo blue with hits of red and white, these are a beautiful take on the great performance runner that is the Gel-Kayano 25. Check out my in-depth look and share your thoughts below!
Check out my more in-depth performance review of the Gel-Kayano 25 here: https://youtu.be/DPbD8jtn6Jg
Foot Locker Canada sent me a pair of the Asics collab with Pensole Academy and Foot Locker on the “Once Upon a Time in Kobe” Gel-Diablo! As the winner of the latest design contest, these were inspired by Japanese heritage and sold in select Foot Locker stores worldwide! Check out my latest review and see how these are when worn on feet!
The third installment of the Air Jordan International Flight pack, these Air Jordan 12s pay homage to Michael Jordan’s visit to Tokyo in 1996! Featuring Japanese-inspired design cues throughout, these were a must-have for me since I first laid eyes on the first preview images! Check out my comprehensive review and see how they look on-feet!
This past weekend, Japanese label Neighborhood teamed up with Adidas to release a collection of footwear and apparel. My favourite of the pack was the I-5923 (formerly known as the Iniki Runner), done in a monochromatic black and white fashion. Check out my review of this limited release and see how they look on-feet!