Originally released as a 3000 pair Japan-exclusive back in 2001, the “Midnight Navy” Air Jordan 1 made its return a few weeks back! Changing things up from your typical Jordan 1, with oval laces, a leather tongue and a non-traditional Nike Air embroidery on the tongue, these are still beauties to me, and a pair I was very excited to pick up. Check out my review for a closer look!
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!
Ronnie Fieg and Asics teamed up again to release the Tokyo Trio collection, consisting of three pairs of Gel-Lyte IIIs. Arguably the most sought after of the pack, which I’m covering in my lastest review, is the “252.1” colourway, which is a nod to the first Asics collab Fieg ever worked on, stretching back to his days working at David Z. Check out my detailed review to learn more and to see how they look on feet!
Watch my review of the “Yoshino Rose” colourway here: https://youtu.be/Vtv6e90L9Pk
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!
My latest review covers the “Samba” Dunk Low from Nike. Originally releasing in 2001 as a Japan-exclusive, these return in 2020 with a wider release! Featuring blue, red and grey leather overlays, they continue Nike’s strong Dunk releases throughout 2020. Check out my video and share your comments down below!
The Nike SB Dunk Low “Sashiko” dropped in early August as a Europe and Asia only release. Inspired by the Japanese reinforcement stitching technique, these replace the traditional swoosh with one formed through a embroidered design. In addition, hits of suede and denim round out the upper for a very unique looking finish. Check out my review for a closer look!
One of the more anticipated Asics releases of the year, to celebrate the model’s 30th anniversary and Atmos’ 20th anniversary, together with Sean Wotherspoon they collaborated together on a Gel-Lyte III which finally landed in Canada last week. Featuring mismatching pairs representing LA and Tokyo respectively, these utilize a corduroy upper and interchangeable Velcro Asics vector logos for a truly unique look. Check out my detailed review and share your comments about these down below!
Ronnie Fieg and Asics teamed up again to release the Tokyo Trio collection, consisting of three pairs of Gel-Lyte IIIs. My favourite of the bunch, which is the subject of my lastest review, is the “Yoshino Rose” colourway, which is inspired by the Japanese Cherry Blossoms found throughout Tokyo. Check out my detailed review to learn more and to see how they look on feet!