This month, we saw another new colourway of the Air Jordan 2 release. One of the most wearable colourways ever, the “Cement Grey” Air Jordan 2 incorporates a white leather upper, grey accents, and vintage looking cream hits as well. Watch my review and let me know if you are a fan of these or not!
Nike Kobe 4 Protro “Mambacita” (Gigi) Review
Nike recently brought back the Kobe 4 Protro to honour what would have been Gigi Bryant’s 17th birthday. This “Mambacita” colourway is dressed in a simple white and black make up, with subtle hits of gold and red to honour the late Laker Legend’s late daughter. Check out my detailed review and see how they look on feet before deciding on your opinion!
New Balance 990 V6 (Grey Day) “Marblehead / Vintage Indigo” Review
To celebrate this year’s New Balance Grey Day, the brand dropped a pack of Made in USA pairs featuring a grey / blue colour scheme. One of the pairs I picked up was the 990 V6, the latest iteration of the brand’s iconic 990 running shoe series. Check out my in-depth review to learn more and to see how they look on feet!
Air Jordan 3 Retro “Wizards” Review
Releasing for the first time to the public is a player exclusive version of the Air Jordan 3 that MJ wore as a member of the Washington Wizards. Similar to the “True Blue” colourway, this pair switches things up a bit incorporating the Wizards’ team colours of blue, white and copper. Check out my detailed review to learn more and let me know if this was a cop or a drop for you!
Nike Ja 1 “Day One” Review
Controversial NBA star, Ja Morant, unveiled his first ever signature sneaker with Nike earlier this year, and I recently picked up the “Day One” colourway. This budget-conscious Nike Basketball shoe features a mesh upper, Zoom Air in the midsole, and a lifestyle-suitable design. Check out my detailed review to learn how these are (from a casual wearer’s perspective) and drop a comment below!
Action Bronson x New Balance 990 V6 “Baklava” Review
Action Bronson’s debut collaboration with New Balance sparked waves across the sneaker world with this bold, wild, and even wacky colourway of the 990 V6 model. The 990 V6 “Baklava” was a “love it or hate it” type of shoe, but nonetheless it sold out quick on its release day back in March. Check out my review to learn more and let me know where you stand on these!
JJJJound x Reebok Club C 85 “Olive” Review
JJJJound continued their ongoing partnership with Reebok by releasing a new version of the Club C 85. Crafted using a soft, tumbled white leather on the upper, olive coloured accents are seen throughout the shoe resulting in a very wearable, simple and versatile everyday sneaker. Tune into my video to see more and to catch how they look on feet!
Kith x New Balance 998 (Broadacre City) “Apricot” & “Chutney” Review
Kith teamed up with Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and New Balance to release two beautiful colourways of the 998 silhouette, inspired by Wright’s Broadacre City concept. These two 998s are Made in USA, featuring a mix of earthy tones in pigsuede and hairy suede, mesh and more. Check out my detailed review to get an in-depth look at these beauties, and let me know which colourway you all prefer more!
Air Jordan 11 Retro Low “Cement Grey” Review
To kick off April, Jordan Brand dropped a brand new colourway of the Air Jordan 11 Low model – in “Cement Grey”. The low top version of the Air Jordan 11 features a grey patent leather, along with crisp white mesh on the upper, and subtle hits of university blue throughout. Check out my in-depth review of this pair and to see how they look on feet! Cop or drop?