Although these originally released and sold out earlier in the year, I hit on a random Nike.com restock a few weeks back! The “Total Orange” Air Max 90 is part of Nike’s recrafted series of the Air Max 90, to celebrate the model’s 30th anniversary. Check out my review to learn more and to see how these look on feet!
Foot Locker Canada hooked me up with my second pair of the all-new Air Max 720 model! This time, these are dressed in various shades of grey, resulting in a very clean and cool looking sneaker for Air Max Month! Watch my review to take a deeper dive into the kicks, and share your opinions on this colourway down below!
Following up on the highly successful collaboration on the Chuck 70 model, LA-based creative collective, Brain Dead, is back with Converse this time releasing the One Star! With a Yin-Yang inspired take on animal print patterns and polka dots, these are definitely out of this world! Watch my review and let me know your thoughts on this crazy collab!
I posed this question on my Instagram stories yesterday:
Should certain storied or classic shoes (think along the lines of Air Max 90 “Infrared”, Air Max 95 “Neon”, Air Jordan 1 “Bred”, Air Jordan 3 “Black Cement”) always be stocked on shelves and be available to purchase in stores akin to a general release? Or sold sparingly over the years in limited numbers?